Transforming Lives Through Education Since 1966
Assistance League of Houston is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that removes barriers to education for at-risk, disadvantaged students of all ages, giving them hope and inspiration for a brighter tomorrow.
Celebrating More Than 50 Years of Service
Assistance League of Houston is an all-volunteer organization serving Houston since 1966. Our philanthropic programs have developed over the years into a singular mission to remove the barriers to education for students of all ages.
National Strength – Local Focus
Assistance League of Houston began in 1966 as the 31st chapter of National Assistance League®. Founded in 1919 as Assistance League of Southern California and incorporated as National Assistance League in 1935, there are currently 120 chapters throughout the United States.
Each chapter develops philanthropic programs to meet the needs of their local community. So, while we benefit from the full strength of our national organization, our funds are raised and spent locally to meet the growing needs of our community here in Houston.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Vice President Philanthropic Programs
Vice President Resource Development
Vice President Operations
Vice President Membership
Marketing Communications Chairman
The Houston chapter has been serving the Houston community since 1966, with more than 130 hands-on, dedicated volunteer members. These volunteers lovingly gave over 16,477 hours in 2019-2020 to fund our 5 philanthropic programs dedicated to:
- Clothing students in need (Operation School Bell®)
- Funding students to continue their education (Scholarship Program)
- Providing literary enrichment to Pre-K children (Head Start Readers)
- Providing holiday cheer to patients and their families at Texas Children’s Hospital (Celebration of Giving)
- Supporting local art (Support for the Arts)
Assistance League volunteers transforming the lives of children and adults through community programs.
Essential needs are met in our community and families flourish.
Commitment Leadership Ethics Accountability Respect
Assistance League of Houston 2020-2021 Advisory Council
Attorney at Law
Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry
President of Process Systems, Testing and Process Segment
Internal Communications Director
Larry Wright, II
Lime Rock Resources
Assistance League of Houston in Action
National Assistance League Volunteers in Action
TRANSFORMING LIVES ● STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY
– SINCE 1966 –