History, Mission, and Vision

OUR CHAPTER HISTORY

Assistance League of Georgetown Area began as a guild in May 1998 and in July 2001 became the 102ndchartered chapter of National Assistance League.  Currently we have 157 members and five philanthropic programs that touch lives of children and adults in the Georgetown area. Our membership continues to grow, as well as philanthropic programs we fund, and the number of community members we reach each year.

MISSION STATEMENT

Assistance League volunteers transforming the lives of children and adults through community programs.

VISION STATEMENT

Essential needs are met in our community and families flourish.

ORGANIZATION

Assistance League of Georgetown Area was granted guild status in May 1998 and chapter status in July 2001.

Members volunteered over 30,000 hours in 2016-2017 administering, funding, and staffing philanthropic programs and fundraisers.

DONATIONS

Tax-deductible donations, grants and memorials are gratefully accepted at the chapter’s Thrift Shop, during business hours.

900 North Austin Avenue, Suite 115
Georgetown, TX 78626

Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Donations may also be mailed to:

900 North Austin Avenue, Suite 115
Georgetown, TX 78626.

Letters of acknowledgement will be sent.

Annual Report and Financials

National Assistance League Volunteers in Action

2018-2019 Board of Directors

PRESIDENT

Peg Ball

PRESIDENT-ELECT

Carol Palmer

VICE PRESIDENT MEMBERSHIP

Carrie Pettengill

VICE PRESIDENT PHILANTHROPIC

Denise Pesek

VICE PRESIDENT RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Shelly Holliday

TREASURER

Larry Pruitt

RECORDING SECRETARY

Suzan Brown

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Mary Ann Kenney

VICE PRESIDENT MARKETING and COMMUNICATIONS

Trudy Rivera

EDUCATION CHAIRMAN

Jana Springer

 VICE PRESIDENT OF STRATEGIC PLANNING

Jo Hatley

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Sue Kane

2018-2019 Advisory Council

Greg Bowden, Financial Advisor

Laura Buckley, Jarrell Elemenatry Guidance Counselor

Carolyn Holloway, Philanthropist

Truman Hunt, Retired Attorney

Mark Lehman, President, Independent Bank