Assistance League of Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that has been serving children and families in the Phoenix area for more than 50 years, is looking for volunteers that desire personal growth, leadership opportunities, and friendship.

An informational coffee will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, May 8, as part of an ongoing commitment to introduce the organization to individuals in the community. These informal events are offered monthly and offer an opportunity to learn about the organization and meet enthusiastic members.

May’s meeting will be held at the Philanthropic Center, 9224 N. 5th St. Interested individuals should contact Bobbie at 602-944-7636 or for further information.

Assistance League is an equal opportunity, volunteer-driven organization, and membership is open to anyone without regard to age, race, color, gender, religion, or national origin. Members set their own volunteer schedule, and many volunteer opportunities are available. There are approximately 240 members who have helped bring clothes, layettes, books, teddy bears and a smile to children through the four ALP philanthropic programs.


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