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IT'S TIME TO GET READY FOR THE 2015 COUNTRY HOME AND CHEF TOUR

OCTOBER 10TH
11:00AM - 4:00PM
  $25.00/PERSON 

TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT COLUMBIA BANKS IN SEASIDE, WARRENTON AND ASTORIA AND ALSO AT HOLLY MCHONE JEWELRY IN ASTORIA

View 6 beautiful country homes in the Astoria area and enjoy wonderful food too!




Cinderella's Closet was busy assisting local high school students getting ready for their prom nights. They seemed to really enjoy the outing and we were so pleased to receive the following letter from one young Warrenton High School student. This is why we enjoy what we do!

"Dear Assistance League,

     Thank you so much for making me look like a princess before prom. You girls are the most caring, kind, beautiful, generous women to let girls like me feel beautiful and look like a princess. You girls are the best out there. You guys took my dress to a whole different level. From picking out my dress, helping me get shoes, a purse (bag) to necklaces and bracelets to hemming my dress to make it a little long (but not too long). Thank you so much."


Assistance League was organized in 1935 as the first nonprofit, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization founded in the Western United States. The Assistance League was formed to promote the growth of effective volunteerism through leadership training and education, and to recognize the potential of volunteers in helping those less fortunate to a better, more meaningful life. 

Assistance League volunteers have achieved remarkable results in improving the lives of those in need through innovative and targeted philanthropic programs. Helping members discover their potential to make a difference and using the tools to do so is at the heart of Assistance League’s national organization. The national goal is to equip its member volunteers with the instruments and expertise to serve their communities with excellence, and to put caring and commitment into action.

Today, more than 24,000 volunteer members in chapters across America are addressing the emotional and physical needs of children and adults regardless of race or creed. Dedicated members of Assistance League invested over 2.6 million service hours and returned an astounding $35 million to communities across the United States.

OUR MISSION:
        Assistance League of the Columbia Pacific is a nonprofit organization whose volunteer efforts raise funds to assist children in our communities.

OUR VISION:
        To be an effective resource in community responding to services delivery gaps and emerging needs through volunteer efforts and collaborative
        parnerships.

OUR VALUES:
        Commitment
        Leadership
        Ethics
        Accountability
        Respect




The 8th annual Assistance League the Columbia Pacific® Golf Ball Drop held on Saturday, May 9, 2015 was a huge success. The Columbia River Bar Pilots bright and cheerful yellow helicopter was an exciting sight to see as it spewed numbered golf balls over the putting green below.

It was a beautiful day for young golfers to get the basic skills taught by Astoria Golf Pro John Kawasoe, followed by a hamburger/hot dog barbeque and bake sale.  ALCP raised more than $10,000.00 at this event which will go a long way in dressing Clatsop County school children next year.  ALCP provides clothing for school children in need, at a cost of approximately $100.00 per child. In the school year 2013/2014, ALCP provided clothing for 594 children. For this event, 2000 marked golf balls were sold for $5.00 each and dropped from the helicopter onto a marked green. Prizes donated from local businesses were given to the balls in or closest to the hole.

 

WE HAVE NEW WAREHOUSE STORAGE!!
                                                    
Thanks to the generosity of Don and Renay Patterson of Warrenton, we now have a new space to store all the clothes, duffel bags, and other "stuff" for our kids. The new warehouse has also seen an upgrade with the help of Home Depot volunteers. They generously gave of their time to put in new flooring, a sink, bathroom upgrades and created a "wall" and new shelving for all our children's clothing. They also donated lunch room tables equipped with casters so volunteers could move stacks of clothing as needed. What a great team!

                                                                VIEW THE CHAPTERS ANNUAL REPORT - 2013-2014