Sneakers for Military Families’ Preschoolers

Assistance League is a proud supporter of  enlisted military personnel in our community. We  provide much needed personal items for their preschoolers, ages 3 to 5. Our partnership with Support the Enlisted Project (STEP)  helps us identify those who can benefit from our rapidly growing program.

We will hold events on the following dates: February 17, April 20, and June 22, 2024.

We look forward to being able to provide essential items to families with the greatest need.

Assisteens Auxiliary

ASSISTEENS® is an auxiliary of Assistance League® of Greater San Diego. Our Assisteens Chapter is comprised of a diverse membership, including students from various middle and high schools in 7th through 12th grades.  Members meet on a monthly basis on the 2nd Sunday of the month at our Chapter House/Thrift Shop at 108 University Avenue, San Diego. Additionally, the members sign up to volunteer at a variety of philanthropic/community service events on scheduled weekends.

The Assisteens vote on their own philanthropic projects, which are funded entirely by their fundraising efforts. By working once a year in the Assistance League Thrift Shop, profits from that day are used to fund Assisteens philanthropic projects. Additionally, by volunteering in the Thrift Shop, Assisteens learn skills to effectively work in a retail store.

For information about joining Assisteens, contact us.

Upper Division Scholarships

Assistance League of Greater San Diego offers scholarships for full-time students who have completed community college at one of the following: Cuyamaca College, Grossmont College, Southwestern College, City College, Mesa College, or Miramar College and are transitioning to an accredited college or university as a junior in pursuit of a four-year degree. The scholarships are also available to those students who are pursuing a baccalaureate degree through community college.

 The application window for 2024 is January 15-April 15. Awards range from $2,000 to $10,000 for specific college expenses, including tuition and books. Scholarships are offered for one year; however recipients may reapply for their senior year.

The scholarship winners for 2023-24 are Judy Collado, Aisha Qargha, Anisia Dumitrascu, and Julia Smolenskaya. They each received $10,000 to be used for tuition, books, and other necessary academic expenses, Aisha, Anisia, and Julia are previous recipients and are attending their senior year at university. Judy is currently a junior.