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Assistance League of Birmingham is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and senior adults through community-based philanthropic programs. 

Funds raised are returned to the community through three philanthropic programs: 

PrimeTime Treasures 

Operation School Bell®

Operation Literacy®

Support for Assistance League of Birmingham philanthropic programs is made possible through private and corporate donations, grants and proceeds from Encore Upscale Thrift Shop.

Sunset and Song

Assistance League of Birmingham will present Sunset and Song on Thursday, March 17. This annual fundraising event will support Alabama seniors and the youth of our community through the philanthropic programs of Assistance League of Birmingham: PrimeTime Treasures, Operation School Bell and Operation Literacy.

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served on the lovely rooftop garden and lounge in the historic Kress Building provided by Bob Childs of the law firm of Wiggins, Childs, Pantazis, Fisher and Goldfarb. Guests may place bids on many unique silent and live auction items.

The final event of the evening will be a fast-paced musical performance, Four for Time with Lonnie Parsons, Kristi Tingle Higginbothom, Jan Hunter and Carl Dean at the Red Mountain Theater Cabaret.

To purchase tickets for this fun event, please call 205-870-5555 or order online.

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Max Pulliam, Connie Williams, Bob Childs, Gwen Belle-Isle and Darwin Metcalf met with the Board of Directors of Assistance League to plan Sunset and Song

Business of the Year Award

Assistance League of Birmingham won the Business of the Year Award for 2015 from the Homewood Chamber of Commerce. Connie Williams, President, accepted the award at their annual luncheon on December 16. This award recognizes a business that has contributed significant service to the Homewood community. We are thrilled and proud to win this award.

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Hygiene Kits for Operation School Bell

Melinda Thornbury, and her helpers, assembled 500 hygiene kits for the students served with Operation School Bell. Assistance League thanks you! hygiene2015.JPG

 Little Black Dress

We had a great day of fashion, shopping and food!  White House/Black Market provided a fabulous fashion show.  This event supported Assistance League of Birmingham's three philanthropic programs: PrimeTime Treasures, Operation School Bell and Operation Literacy.

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Visit the Shops of Assistance League, Prime Time Treasures and Encore Upscale Thrift.  We are located at 1755 Oxmoor Road in Homewood and open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

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New fall and winter clothes have arrived in Encore!

 

"Improving the lives of individuals in our community through volunteerism."