"Providing Emergency Food Supplies to Little Elm Area Residents Needing Assistance" PO Box 746, 501 Bill Street, Little Elm, TX 972-294-4061 firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.leafb.org/ Monday & Thursday 9am - 4pm & Friday & 3rd Saturday 9am - 12pm Serving the residents of Hackberry, Hill Town, Lakewood Village, Oak Point, Cross Roads & Little Elm
The Little Elm Fire Department Auxiliary is dedicated to providing support to our fire department, its firefighters & their families, the citizens of Little Elm, and firefighters & citizens of surrounding areas. We strive to educate citizens on fire safety and work to enhance and promote public awareness of the fire department. We assist the fire department as well as other community organizations, at special events & provide assistance to accident and fire victims. We are an all volunteer, 501(c) 3, non-profit organization comprised of members that have completed the L.E.F.D. Citizens Fire Academy and make a commitment to staff several events annually.
Our Mission The Mission of the Little Elm ISD Education Foundation is to partner with the community to provide resources that Enrich Teaching, Inspire Learning, and Maximize Innovative Opportunities so that every student in LEISD can realize their full potential. Our Goals The Little Elm ISD Education Foundation will achieve its mission by directing resources toward the following goals: Enhance and enrich educational opportunities for every students Support staff for innovation, recognize staff for exemplary teaching, and embrace campus and district-wide efforts toward excellence Involve the community in assuring a quality education for the leaders and workforce of tomorrow. Purpose This corporation is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to benefit the Little Elm Independent School District. To this end, the corporation shall at all times be operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as now enacted or hereafter amended, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as now enacted or hereafter amended. All funds, whether income or principal, and whether acquired by gift or contribution or otherwise, shall be devoted to said purposes.
"Lovepacs engages communities to feed children in need as an expression of Love." Lovepacs serves children on the free and reduced lunch program through area public schools. We have established a direct relationship with school counselors and administrators in order to properly identify children in need. We provide mostly non-perishable, easy to open, and minimal cooking food items. In addition, we provide school counselors with stocked snack closets and hygiene products they may distribute to children who demonstrate a need. Lovepacs primarily serves children during extended school breaks (i.e., 3-day weekends, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring Break). Lovepacs relies not only on volunteers to give of their financial resources (both food items and monetary gifts) but also their time. During various drives throughout the year we need individuals who are willing to sort, count, shelve, and pack inventory. Lovepacs is truly a community organization.
NEW LEAF CHURCH celebrated its Grand Opening in Little Elm July 2013. This young church serving the Little Elm & Frisco community gathers for family friendly worship at a family friendly time -6:30pm Saturdays, at the Children's Lighthouse Preschool at 3001 Woodlake Parkway (just off 423 behind the Vallero gas station). For more info check out www.NewLeafNow.org.
Lakeside Arts Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in The Colony, Texas, whose purpose is to support and promote local fine arts and arts organizations. Lakeside Arts Foundation is committed to community participation in all aspects of the arts.
Box 620 provides rehabilitation, safety and assistance to the Denton County Fire and Police Departments. Our services include responding to department calls to provide rest, rehydration, nourishment and medical monitoring.
Who are the Little Elm Friends of the Library?
We started out as individuals who understood the importance and value of a library in the community. Now we are a group of individuals who love and cherish our Library. Our goal is to improve and sustain the Library through our commitment to support library services through volunteerism, fundraising and as advocates in promoting the library programs to the community. We understand and support the importance and value that a library brings to the Town of Little Elm. The FOL is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
President Tammy Woodrum
Vice President Lynn Hidell
Treasurer Joe Deaver
At Large Virginia Berney
At Large Jane Schoknecht
At Large Cathy Wood
The FOL meets the second Thursday of each month at 7pm at the Little Elm Public Library. For additional information, you may contact Cathy Wood at 469-285-0930 or at email@example.com