Assistance League of Austin
Assistance League of Austin (ALA), a chapter of National Assistance League®, is a nonprofit organization of volunteers dedicated to addressing specific needs through practical and innovative programs. ALA has been serving the Austin community since 1973. An all-volunteer, "hands-on" organization of 386 dedicated members (as of June 2012), it has no paid staff. These volunteers cheerfully gave more than 59,000 hours to serve and fund our nine philanthropic programs.
Chapter President Suanne Roueche describes Assistance League of Austin, Operation School Bell, and THRIFT HOUSE.
Tax-deductible donations, honorariums, grants and memorials are gratefully accepted at 4901 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78756.
For upcoming membership opportunities visit our Become a Member page.
Mission: what are we trying to do?
The mission of Assistance League® of Austin is to enable children and adults in the Greater Austin community to achieve a higher quality of life by providing for specific identifiable needs.
Vision: what kind of organization are we?
As a recognized and respected all-volunteer philanthropic organization, Assistance League of Austin provides valuable services to individuals within our community through innovative programs.