COVID SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TAKEN
- Complete and Frequent Store Sanitizing!
- Hand Sanitizer at store entrance!
- HEPA filters installed in AC units!
- Plexiglas Shield at the cash register!
- Masks recommended for all workers and customers in the store!
- Fitting room will be closed until further notice!
Watch our interview with Mayor Paul Barich (From Left:) Leticia Cervantes, President-Assistance League of Redlands; Kimberly Elementary School Student Myla Ruiz and mom Gloria Chavez; Mayor Barich and Carolyn Cullen, School Counselor
OPERATION SCHOOL BELL IS BACK
Paul Barich, Mayor of Redlands, joined us to greet Kimberly Elementary School student participants during Operation School Bell at Kohl’s Department Store in Redlands.
Neriah and Josiah Gray
DENTAL CENTER HEROES AWARD
(From Left) Lizbeth Gonzalez, DA; Stephanie Cavillo, DDS; Elizabeth Duran, Office Manager and Diana Zamora, RDH.
WE WERE PROUD TO CELEBRATE OUR WONDERFUL DENTAL CENTER TEAM WITH A LUNCHEON AND PRESENTATION OF OUR “HEROES AWARD” AS COURAGEOUS FRONT-LINE WORKERS WHO KEPT OUR LOW-COST DENTAL CENTER OPEN SERVING OUR COMMUNITY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. THEY WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCREENING GUIDELINES FOR PATIENTS AND HELPING FEEL COMFORTABLE ABOUT SEEKING TREATMENT FOR DENTAL ISSUES.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE - YOU ARE ALL TRUE HEROES!!!
OUR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Assistance League of Redlands’ volunteers have provided the Redlands’ area with beneficial services tailored to meet the growing needs of our communities since 1931. Our programs have enriched over 63,195 lives of children and families since our chapter was formed. Become a member and enjoy the benefits of lifelong friendships, leadership training through real-life experience, and participation in philanthropic programs that directly improve our local communities.
Join the Assistance League of Redlands
Our wonderful adult volunteer membership is diverse and multi-generational, reflecting the demographics of the community we serve. There are areas of interest for both men and women that enable us to maximize best delivery of our program benefits.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to find ways to help our community by identifying their changing needs and developing “work-at-home” projects to fill these needs while “sheltering in place”.