Google+ Assistance League of Newport-Mesa celebrates 75 years in the community!

Assistance League of Newport-Mesa Awards $28,000 in Scholarships to Newport-Mesa Students

2015 Scholarship Recipients 

 Assistance League of Newport-Mesa has a strong tradition of providing scholarships to the community.  The first college scholarship was awarded in 1945 and seven decades later the tradition continues.  Fourteen (14) students from Newport-Mesa High Schools were chosen to each receive a $2,000 scholarship for their higher education pursuits.  Scholarships were awarded on a combination of personal need, activities in school and the community as well as grade point average.  


Congratulations to this year's recipients:  Jose Avonce, Tiffany Cruz, Keith Caballero, Wendy de la Rosa, David Hartman, Hayden Hemmens, Melanie Hercules, Sierra Johnston, Maria Medrano, Abraham Neri, Arelly Ocampo, Joseph Santoro, III, Samantha Schroff, Karen Serrano




Assisteens Participate in the Annual Flower Power Project 

2015 Flower Power Project 

June 2015 - The flowers left over from the 24th Annual Medallion Recognition Ball were taken to Vintage Newport and the Assisteens along with adult members worked with some of the residents to create individual bouquets. The "new" arrangements were distributed to all of the residents. 


Stop by our Thrift Shop for Fantastic Deals Everyday!

New merchandise is brought out daily.  Discounts are offered daily.  Remember to check the sale board when walking in to determine what is on sale.

Caring and Commitment in Action

On a national level, Assistance League volunteers have achieved remarkable results in improving the lives of those in need through innovative and targeted philanthropic programs.

Through our commitment to hands-on action Assistance League volunteers touched the lives of over 1.4 million children, seniors, families and others in need last year.

Dedicated volunteer members invested more than 2.8 million service hours and returned an astounding $37.7 million to communities across the United States.

The more than 120 chapters of Assistance League continue to conduct extensive community needs assessments, develop programs according to those needs, generate funding and staff each program.

Mission Statement

Assistance League of Newport-Mesa, a self-funded, volunteer, nonprofit organization, benefits children and families through community philanthropic programs.