Who We Are
Assistance League of Greater Collin County is a 50l(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpolitical, nonsectarian charitable organization whose goal is assisting people in our community. The chapter is the 103rd chapter nationally. Check out National Assistance League by clicking on this link: www.assistanceleague.org.
Nationally, the chapters return $57.9 million to local communities, touching 1.6 million children, seniors and families to whom volunteers have given 3.5 million hours of service. This chapter has no paid staff, and all members volunteer their time to perform philanthropic and fundraising work.
The chapter exists for the purpose of providing philanthropic services to meet the challenges posed by a diverse array of individual and community needs. Funds are raised through volunteer activities and used to provide services for the community.
Members develop, fund and participate in programs that provide new school clothing for thousands of children in need, provide activities for senior citizens, donate and distribute reading material to patients and families at local hospitals, and support grieving parents. Short-term needs of the community are also addressed.
See our Operation School Bell program in action: click here