Fresno – Super Saturday

Super Saturday is one of Operation School Bell’s projects in Fresno. It offers the students a chance to have educational and healthy fun in a safe environment at school. Please enjoy the video. https://youtu.be/N_8t4bWo8wc


Atlanta – Thrift Witch entry at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens

What do Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, Rosie the Riveter, Her Royal Majesty Anne Boleyn and now Dolly Parton have in common? They all have “starred” as the Atlanta Chapter’s “Thrift Witch” at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Each October, the Garden sponsors a Scarecrow in the Garden exhibit where businesses, civic groups and non-profits […]


Bend – Provides New Clothing to over 2,000 Students

Through their Operation School Bell®  program, Assistance League of Bend, Oregon, provided new clothing to over 2,000 students in kindergarten through grade 12. This back-to-school clothing campaign took place during 11 shopping days at two Walmart stores  in September and October. A make-up day is planned for mid-November. The high school and middle school students shopped for new clothes […]


Carlsbad – “Be Known For Something”

Finance Security Credit Union was honored to award The Assistance League of Carlsbad with one of our annual “Be Known For Something” checks! A big congratulations to this amazing organization; Operation School Bell, The Ducky Affair, and the Christmas Tree Auction are just a few of the impactful events they host within our community. These […]



Temecula – Clothes for Low-Income Students

Operation School Bell® is in the process of providing new clothes for identified low-income students (TK-12). Each student shops for clothing at a tax-free value of $125. At the September 1st ‘shopping event’ at Kohl’s in Murrieta, Assistance League earned $3,700 in Kohl’s Cash. Using the Kohl’s Cash, Assistance League immediately went shopping to fill requests […]


Metro Columbus – Ohio State Fair

To earn a little money for the chapter, Assistance League of Metro Columbus worked at the Ohio State Fair from July 27 through Aug. 7. The 12-person group was divided into pairs who worked both day and evening shifts of about six hours each. The purpose was two-fold: sell State Fair memorabilia (t-shirts, hats, pins, […]