Philanthropic Programs

During the 2016-17 fiscal year Assistance League Greeley members donated a total of 18,758 hours and non-member volunteers donated an additional 522 hours working at the Bargain Box or on philanthropic programs.

Assault Survivor Kits

Victims of sexual assault are provided with clothes and personal items at the Medical Center of the Rockies and Sexual Assault Resource Center.

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File of Life

Medical forms are provided to individuals which aid health workers and emergency responders with needed medical information to provide accurate and prompt care.

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Operation School Bell

Children's books are provided to the parents at Sunrise Family Dental Clinic and uniforms are provided to selected students in District 6 elementary schools.

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Single-Parent Scholarships

College scholarships are provided annually, after reviewing applications and interviews, to single-parent Weld County students attending AIMS and UNC.

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Warm Up Weld County

Blankets are purchased and distributed where needed.

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Color Me Weld

A new philanthropic program, developed at the request of North Colorado Medical Center, provides coloring and activity books along with crayons and colored pencils for use in the evaluation of children who have been victims of assault.

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November 3, 2015 -- Salida del Sol Academy received 576 books today as part of Assistance League Greeley participation in Make A Difference Day. The books will be used to increase the size of the academy collection in its second year of operation.

Vice Principal Francis Schneeweiss and Academy students Eddina Hernandez, Jasmin Pacheco, Joselin Gomez and Leonel Gulleaos were on hand to accept the books from Assistance League members Lola Lucero and Ann VanMatre. The students were excited to be the first to have a chance to review which books they wanted to read first.

This is the fourth year the local Assistance League chapter has participated in the nationwide Make a Difference Day book campaign.  Books in previous years were delivered to the two Weld County Boys and Girls Clubs and the Jefferson High School Day Care.