Since opening in 2005, Moppet Togs and it's Consignors have donated thousands of inventory items and raised cash donations for several well known Treasure Valley charities such a City Lights, Ben Towne Foundation, Make-a-Wish, The Ronald McDonald House and Operation School Bell.
Moppet Togs Consignors Give Back to Boise
Moppet Tog Consignors have the option to donate their unsold items each year. Through this option , Moppet Togs and its Consignors have donated thousands of children's clothes, toys and associated items to local charities. This year all unsold items will be donated to Assistance League of Boise (ALB)
Fall 2017 Charity Night
Beginning with the Fall 2016 Sale, Moppet Togs has been teaming up with The Assistance League of Boise and Operation School Bell. Charity Night shopping for our Fall 2017 Sale will be Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 6-9 pm
. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased on Eventbrite starting soon on a first come, first served basis. We only sell 175 tickets. When they are gone, they are gone.
PLEASE NOTE THAT EVERYONE THAT ATTENDS NEEDS TO PURCHASE A TICKET AND THAT INCLUDES CHILDREN (WHETHER THEY ARE IN A STROLLER OR NOT).
More About Operation School Bell
Dressing Children in Need (K-6)
Throughout Ada County Public Schools
Children who go to school without adequate clothing often suffer low self-esteem. Students (K-6 grades) are identified by Ada County public school personnel and brought to Operation School Bell by bus.
Students “go shopping” for brand NEW clothing and are outfitted from head to toe with the assistance of one of our caring member volunteers.
- two pairs of jeans or sweat pants
- a winter coat
- a sweatshirt
- two tee shirts
- six pairs of underwear
- six pairs of socks
- a personal care kit containing toiletries
- a shoe card for a new pair of shoes – to be redeemed at a local store
- a book of their choice
- gloves and hats are also provided when available
About Assistance League of Boise
Assistance League of Boise is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic programs in Ada County. Member volunteers are dedicated to ongoing support and a long-term presence in the community through hands-on involvement and innovative philanthropic programs.
The Boise chapter was organized in 1976 with about 50 members, chartered in 1980, and was the 67th chapter of National Assistance League. There are ~120 Assistance League chapters in 26 states with just under 26,000 members. In 2013-14, Assistance League chapters returned over $38 million to local communities across the country and invested ~3.34 million service hours.
Assistance League of Boise currently has ~400 member volunteers working to make Ada County a better place to live and work through our programs. Assistance League of Boise supports seven community-based philanthropic programs
benefiting everyone from infants to adults residing in Ada County. In 2014–15, our dedicated members volunteered over 53,300 hours. We encourage you to learn more about our chapter and the many ways you can become involved and make a difference.
The Thrift Shop
on Glenwood is our main source of funding. The shop is staffed and managed entirely by our member volunteers. Donations are always welcome and are tax deductible.
Other funding sources include corporate and private foundation grants, a Philanthropy Endowment fund at the Idaho Community Foundation, individual donations, and an annual Community Support Letter requesting monetary donations dedicated to Operation School Bell®.
For information about Assistance League of Boise, please visit: https://www.assistanceleague.org/boise/