Local media finds Assistance League of the Eastside newsworthy.

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The 425 Show

May 28, 2019

Listen to Nicole Mangina of The 425 Show interview our President Elect Mahrukh Motafram and member Ellen Cressey.

Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond Reporter

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February 18, 2019

Offering both practical essentials and messages of support to local children in need, victims of assault, survivors of domestic abuse and the homeless, a group of Eastside volunteers quietly works to bring comfort and hope to these often unseen populations.

An all-volunteer non-profit serving the Eastside community through its philanthropic programs since 1997, the Assistance League of the Eastside is one of 120 chapters in the National Assistance League. Today, the Eastside chapter’s 159 members provide four vital programs to vulnerable local residents.

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Redmond Reporter

April 19, 2018

Since 1997, the Assistance League of the Eastside has helped nearly 22,000 people through their Assault Survivor Kit program. During discharge, patients are given an Assault Survivor Kit, which includes a change of clothing (sweat shirt, sweat pants, socks, underwear), hygiene products and a note of encouragement – all signed by those who put together the package.

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Hubbard Radio Seattle

September 15, 2017

Listen to Gary Shipe of Hubbard Radio Seattle interview our 2017 Past President Jennifer Schmidt and member Adina Gillet. Aired on KKNW 1150 AM, KIXI 880 AM, KQMV Movin’ 92.5 FM and KVRQ Rock 98.9 FM.

425 business magazine

December, 2015

From Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Burlingame

"Having extensively researched and written about homelessness in our region, I’ve long known this societal problem is buried beneath our wealthy sheen. That’s why I’m glad Assistance League of the Eastside is working to help the homeless, victims of assault and domestic violence, and kids in need, not only behind the scenes but also in public with its Operation School Bell program. I am a volunteer and plan to be one every year."

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redmond reporter

March 21, 2016

Kim Peterson, founder of Uniquely Savvy, will be the inspirational speaker as Assistance League of the Eastside presents Step Into Style: An Afternoon of Friends, Fashion and Philanthropy.

Darcy Camden, resident stylist for KING-5’s “New Day Northwest” and style consultant for Q-13 Fox News, will emcee the event.

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woodinville weekly

March 28, 2016

Kim Peterson, Step into Style speaker, is an accomplished fashion stylist and life coach. But for much of her life she felt invisible, experiencing poverty, assault, domestic violence and homelessness.

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redmond reporter

April 11, 2016

Assault Survivor Kits is one of four philanthropic programs that will benefit from Assistance League of the Eastside's Step Into Style. 

In 2014-15, Assistance League of the Eastside distributed Assault Survivor Kits to 1,737 individuals at hospitals throughout Washington.

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