Assisteens® Auxiliary is a coed group of middle and high school students. Each teen dedicates at least 30 hours per year volunteering on philanthropic programs, leading committees, and fundraising to support their programs. Assisteens gain job experience working in the Thrift Shop on Saturdays, and develop leadership and teamwork skills through committee activities and projects.
Assisteens have a monthly dinner and business meeting, led by the Assisteens Chairman and the Governing Body. Birthdays are celebrated, and guest speakers may be invited. Meetings are generally on the second Monday of the month at the Assistance League of Orange Chapter House, 124 S. Orange Street, September to May. Philanthropic activities happen before and after the meeting.
How to Join
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2022-2023 Governing Body
1st VICE CHAIRMAN, MEMBERSHIP
2nd VICE CHAIRMAN, PHILANTHROPIC PROGRAMS
3rd VICE CHAIRMAN, RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS CHAIRMAN
THRIFT SHOP CHAIRMAN
NEW MEMBER TRAINERS
Raegan Schlueter, Sam Malo, Tatum Bailey
The Assisteens Governing Body leads the auxiliary, uses Roberts Rules of Order for business meetings, and votes on actions and budgets. This year’s theme is “Aspire to Inspire.”
Throughout the year, Assisteens have the opportunity to plan, lead and execute activities that benefit the greater Orange community where they:
Assemble school clothing and supplies for students benefiting from Operation School Bell®
Write letters of encouragement to other teens in need of some “sunshine”
Help children shop for new clothing to wear to school at SkyView School for children without homes
Visit with residents of Kirkwood Assisted Living and engage them in activities
Organize activities for children at Orangewood Children and Family Center and House of Hope
Make dinner for Ronald McDonald families, who have a child in treatment at CHOC
Support the community-wide Treats in the Street Halloween event
Prepare gift basket donations for the Orange Senior Center at Thanksgiving
Plan an evening of fun at Miracle Manor, home to families with a child facing a life-threatening illness, tidy up the outdoor areas and play games with the children in residence
Honor the military by sending candy and handmade Valentines cards for veterans
Ronald McDonald House
Miracles for Kids
Assisteens raise funds by working in the Thrift Shop and staffing a booth at the Orange International Street Fair. Assisteens also work directly with the Orange Blossoms at the Taste of Orange and with Chapter members at Boutique Noël and Embrace Orange fundraisers.
International Street Fair
Graduating seniors who have completed their required hours of service to the community, and successfully completed the Assisteens Program are honored at the spring Medallion event, where they are formally recognized by Assistance League of Orange, family and friends.