Volunteers Serving Our Community
Assistance League welcomes women and men willing to use their talents, skills, generosity and time in service to others. Our seven philanthropic programs allow members various volunteer opportunities to fulfill our mission – to improve the lives of children and adults in our community through hands-on philanthropic programs.
Running solely on volunteer power, Assistance League is unique among nonprofit organizations. Members perform all the responsibilities to run the organization. Working together to benefit others gives members the benefit of meeting new people, worthwhile activity and friendship.
New members learn about the organization while simultaneously working on programs and at Thrift on 33rd. Their orientation includes information about the national organization of which we are a part.
Members choose to work in activities that interest them and at the thrift shop. All members are counted on to give a minimum of 78 hours of service a year working on either programs, Thrift on 33rd or administration. Dues are $75.00 per year which includes membership in the national organization.
Assistance League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonsectarian and nonpolitical organization established with the purpose to administer and carry out philanthropic work in our community. We do not receive any state or federal funding. The fifteen member Board is elected from and by membership and is the governing body of the organization.
Join our lively, fun group and meet your next best friend!
For additional information regarding membership, please contact us.