CARING AND COMMITMENT IN ACTION
Assistance League of Riverside, a 501(c)(3) corporation, was chartered in 1966 as the 37th chapter of Assistance League, a national organization with 120 chapters. In 2017-18 over 278 Assistance League of Riverside volunteers and Assisteens ® worked more than 41,000 hours to fund and support our community programs.
Assistance League of Riverside is an all volunteer organization dedicated to clothing, comforting and educating the children of our community through the work of its six philanthropies. The statistics below outline the 2017-18 accomplishments these programs.
A total of 1,039 SAT study guides were delivered to 16 schools in 3 school districts. 173 students from 11 high schools each received $100 for college visitations. Twelve scholarships of $1,000 were awarded.
Assisteens is comprised of teens from 7th to 12th grades. Assisteens support Assistance League of Riverside with financial contributions, by working in the Thrift Shop and with time spent volunteering for philanthropic programs. Through their Children's Outreach program, the Assisteens Auxiliary gives monthly donations of educational and project supplies, as well as scholarship assistance, to the Carolyn E. Wylie Center for Children, Youth and Families.
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ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF RIVERSIDE THRIFT SHOP
Our chapter operates a Thrift Shop to help fund our efforts. Our Shop accepts gently used donations such as clothing, housewares, books, collectibles, shoes, linens, art and jewelry. All Thrift Shop proceeds support our community programs, and donations are tax deductible. Visit our Thrift Shop
Assistance League offers short presentations detailing our community programs, intended to increase public awareness of the needs in our community and motivate action. These presentations can be tailored to your needs. We welcome the opportunity to visit your organization. Call 951-682-3445 or email email@example.com to request we contact you about a visit.
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