Assistance League of Kansas City
Rating: 4.99 stars 71 71 reviews
6101 N Chestnut Ave Gladstone MO 64119 USA
Assistance League of Kansas City (ALKC), a chapter of National Assistance League, fulfills specific unmet needs of children and adults in the Kansas City area through philanthropic programs developed, funded and operated by dedicated volunteers and community partners. ALKC has served those in need since 1982. ALKC's programs provide school clothing, backpacks, school supplies and other necessitites for children in need, teach safety skills to elementary age students, supply teddy bears to comfort children in crisis, provide clothing to women and men who are victims of sexual assault, support seniors in area nursing homes and provide clothing for individuals who are entering or re-entering the job market.
Assistance League of Kansas City has 350 members who contributed over 54,600 volunteer hours to serve 15,500 children, adults and seniors in 2013-2014. There are no paid employees.
fulfill specific unmet needs of children and adults
Direct beneficiaries per year:
During 2013-2014, over 15,500 children and adults were served by our diverse community-based philanthropic programs.
Geographic areas served:
the Kansas City area
Operation School Bell, Operation Child In Need, Assault Survivor Kits, Birthday/Celebration Bags, I'm In Charge, Operation Hug, Senior Outreach Service and Best Foot Forward.
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I am a regular shopping participant at the Resale Shop in Gladstone. I love what they are doing for others and try to support them as much as possible with donations and of course shopping. I do window displays for Arthur Bryant's Brooklyn location and am always finding great items at the shop.
This organization is absolutely awesome!! I have donated to Operation School Bell over the past few years, but never had a chance to see the facility in person. Recently, however, I got a tour of Operation School Bell along with a description of each child's experience. It is so wonderful! The clothes are all new, organized, neatly and creatively displayed, and it's all done with love and care. I then did some shopping at the Re-Sale Shop. I, again, was witness to the hard work done by so many dedicated volunteers. The Shop is well organized and run with grace and respect for all who enter. It's this kind of organization that changes a community and the world!