Assistance League Greater Collin County

Volunteers transforming lives through community programs since 1998

Author: Kathi Bingham

Loveys Workshop Success! - November 2021

Our Loveys workshop on 11/18 was a great success! Eight volunteers, including two of our newest members, completed 20 Loveys for Children’s Hospital. A previous member, who said that making Loveys was her favorite workshop, donated some colorful new fleece and ear satins. We had a lot of fun pairing fabrics to create new and […]

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A Bumper Crop of New Members! - October 2021

We are excited to have eight new members! Please welcome Kathi Bingham, Marylou Boardman, Jane Doyle, Cindy Joor, Cheryl Potts, Michelle Salyer, Judy Wright and Shelley Stelmach. Already these ladies have become involved sharing their time and talents on the Grants Committee and volunteering to explore the feasibility of the Listen program for our chapter. We, […]

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North Texas Giving Day - September 2021

Thank you to all of you who donated and contacted family and friends reminding them to donate to our chapter on North Texas Giving Day! As of September 26th, Assistance League of Greater Collin County has received $37,645!!! This final number may change slightly since we still have fees to pay, but the Resource Development […]

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Wee Memories Boxes Delivered to Texas Health Allen - September 2021

A contract was signed with Texas Health Allen for our chapter to provide Wee Memories boxes. Linda Hopkins delivered several boxes to our THA liaison on September 24. Our liaison had originated a support group for recipients several years ago and is very devoted to this program! We had a great visit and she emphasized […]

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JCPenney Shopping Events - September/October 2021

The Operation School Bell® Retail Program in partnership with JCPenney held six shopping events on September 18, 19, 25, and 26 and October 2 and 3 at the Stonebriar location. A total of 616 children were very excited to receive new school clothing and personal care items. The total returned to the community was a […]

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