ASSISTEENS® is an auxiliary of Assistance League® of Fresno, designed to train young men and women in philanthropic work, fundraising activities, and leadership skills. Assisteens began providing guidance to 9th-12th grade girls in 1989. In 2002, the first class of young men was accepted. Currently, we are 161 members strong and represent high schools in Fresno County. We are a non-profit, volunteer membership organization dedicated to providing programs and services that will enrich and improve the quality of life in our community.
Assisteens has its own Governing Body, a vibrant, energetic, and thriving group of Teens, whose main goal is to support their chapter’s philanthropic programs and activities. Assisteens select, vote on and complete their own service projects within the community. In 2020-2021 we logged 6,000 philanthropic community service hours. Along with fulfilling hours of volunteer work, there are also opportunities to get to know the other Assisteens from other schools through the monthly membership meetings and fun games and group activities.
Assisteens only accept applications in 8th grade, with our members making a four-year commitment to the program throughout their high school years. Through their philanthropic work and relationship building, Assisteens develop a sense of community and personal responsibility, self-reliance, and leadership skills.
Applications for Assisteens Membership 2022 –2023 Forms will be accepted beginning January 15, 2022, until February 28, 2022
Use the link below to view and print our information packet containing the application. To apply, please print the packet, fill out the forms, and mail it back by Feb 28, 2022. If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Yeh, Assisteens Coordinator at 559-917-4453 or email@example.com.
Complete the application, and mail it to:
Assistance League Fresno
2037 W. Bullard PMB 306
Fresno, CA 93711
Attention: Assisteens Application
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