The Landfall Foundation
Over the years The Landfall Foundation has generously supported Assistance League of Greater Wilmington with grants to assist our Operation School Bell program. Their contributions have helped us to address the clothing and hygiene needs of many of our local schoolchildren.
Walmart has helped us with the purchase of clothing and supplies for children in need. We thank them for their support.
Wilmington Cape Fear Rotary
We received a generous grant from the Wilmington Cape Fear Rotary Club. This will be used to benefit many adults and children in need in our area.
Talbots Charity Days
Talbots in Mayfaire has donated 10% of sales to Assistance League of Greater Wilmington doing several shopping events. The proceeds will go toward teacher awards, clothing for children in need, scholarships and our other philanthropic programs.
Shopping in a lovely store and supporting a great cause is a great way to spend the afternoon.
Belk Charity Days
Assistance League of Greater Wilmington has been proud to partner with Belk for their charity days ever since we introduced a chapter in the greater Wilmington area. Selling tickets within our organization and to the general public brings many residents to help the cause. Our volunteers also help on the sale days. In these ways we contribute to the charity event. This involvement entitles us to the ticket proceeds and a portion of the day’s sales. Our partnership with Belk underscores our mission of serving the community.
The Arby’s Foundation
Thanks to an employee recommendation, The Arby’s Foundation presented us with a grant for our Snack Packs program which falls under the umbrella of Operation School Bell. Many thanks to both the employee and the foundation.
North Carolina Community Foundation
The Suzanne and George Taylor Endowment Fund, a component fund of the North Carolina Community Foundation, has, over the years, granted us a generous amount for Operation School Bell®. Their charitable award for the 2019-2020 fiscal year will allow us to serve numerous children in New Hanover County.
Catherine Kennedy Home Foundation Grant
Assistance League of Greater Wilmington was among several recipients of grants awarded by the Catherine Kennedy Home Foundation in Wilmington. Our philanthropic program, Operation Seniors, will use the grant at the Leland House.
Coastal Carolina Women’s Club
Over the last few years Assistance League has received a number of grants. These enhanced our philanthropic programs. We were able to buy Teddy Bears to distribute to children in hospitals or in situations requiring EMS. A wheelchair was purchased for our full-size disabled puppet. This really connects with the children when our puppets put on shows at the schools about diversity and bullying.
Atlantic Telephone Membership Corporation (ATMC) is a nonprofit cooperative providing communications services to the residents of Brunswick County. ATMC adds value to its community through a grant program that gives directly to causes and organizations that make a difference in the lives of the residents served by the cooperative. Assistance League of Greater Wilmington received a much-needed grants for Operation School Bell to go to the schools that we serve in Brunswick County.
We thank ATMC for their continued support.
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 919-814-5400. The license is not an endorsement by the State.
Thank you for your support.