Assistance League of Charlotte

A nonprofit organization

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Assistance League is a nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through community-based philanthropic programs.

Last year, more than 400 Assistance League member and community volunteers gave 50,000+ hours of service on behalf of local at-risk children.  Funds raised are returned to the community through five philanthropic programs:


  • Operation Check Hunger -- Helps alleviate local children’s hunger by distributing in-school snacks to designated Charlotte-Mecklenburg elementary schools, take-home backpacks with food for families, and donations of bulk food products to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina.

  • Operation School Bell® -- Provides basic school clothing and books to children in need, helping 24 CMS elementary schools located in high poverty areas, enhancing self-esteem and promoting learning.

  • Mecklenburg County Teen Court -- In partnership with the Department of Juvenile Justice, gives youthful offenders ages 10 to 15 years with no previous convictions a second chance when they admit their guilt, agree to be tried, and take responsibility for their actions before a jury of their peers.

  • Scholarship Fund -- Awards funding to qualifying Charlotte-Mecklenburg graduating seniors, making the dream of a college education attainable.

  • Outreach -- Provides good-quality in-kind donations which are distributed through partner organizations to individuals in need throughout the county.

Your help is needed as the organization celebrates the launch of its new facility in Charlotte's Lower South End neighborhood.

A gift in support of Assistance League's programs helps to ensure local children and their families have access to assistance that they badly need. Please consider a gift to Assistance League of Charlotte today!

Organization Data


Organization name

Assistance League of Charlotte

Tax id (EIN)



Children & Family Humanitarian Aid


PO BOX 471112


(704) 525-5228