When essential needs are met in the community, families will flourish
When we put a smile on a child’s face, we all smile
When we clothe a child, we give them confidence to succeed in school
When we inspire a young person, we can change the path of their lives
Located at 2611 West Avenue, Assistance League of San Antonio, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, serves the San Antonio community. We strive to transform lives of children and adults through our various programs. Nearly 50 percent of the funds needed for these programs are raised through Thrift House sales. We invite you to visit us, partner with us, and shop at what we believe is the best thrift shop in San Antonio.
Business Office Hours
Monday thru Friday – 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Reliance Residential Realty
Shelia & Herb Klein
The Ramert Family
Huebner I Ltd
Carol & Sid Hodges
Catherine & Robert Campion
Plains Capital Bank
Jack Kassinger, Author
Friends of Assistance League
thousand dollars returned to the San Antonio community
thousand people served in the San Antonio community
thousand hours volunteered
Cora Bayle Cox
Mr. John Schmutz, Chairman
Ms. Leslie Komet Ausburn
Owner & President
Komet Marketing Communications
The Honorable Bonnie Conner
MORIARTY Consulting Group
Mr. Doug Cross
CEO, Zulu Corporation
Mr. Bjorn Dybdahl
Owner & President
Bjorn’s Audio & Video
Dr. Yvonne Katz
Trustee, Alamo Colleges
President, Katz Konsulting
Sheriff Javier Salazar
Bexar County Sheriff
Mr. Tom Stringfellow
President and Chief Investment Officer
Frost Investment Advisors, LLC
Ms. Jessica Weaver
CEO, Communities in Schools of San Antonio
Immediate Past President
Ex Officio Advisory Council Member
Since its charter in 1988, Assistance League of San Antonio member volunteers have consistently provided quality service to the San Antonio area. During the 2019-2020 year, 409 members contributed over 58,000 hours to serve nearly 37,000 children and adults in our community.
Attempting to meet previously underserved needs, Assistance League of San Antonio supports ten philanthropic programs. These programs provide services to every age range in the community.
The Thrift House is our main source of funding. The shop is staffed and managed entirely by our member volunteers. Donations are always welcome and are tax deductible.
The Bexar Hugs Auxiliary, which became active in 1995, provides school boxes and school supplies for all Operation School Bell® children.
Assistance League volunteers transforming lives of children and adults through community programs.
Essential needs are met in our community and families flourish.
Commitment – Dedicated to a course of action
Leadership – Willingness to lead and develop leaders
Ethics – Doing the right thing in a reliable way
Accountability – Willingness to accept responsibility
Respect – Treating all with courtesy