Who We Are
The Fredericksburg Area Service League, Inc (FASL), was formed in April 1993, by a group of women interested in promoting volunteerism in the Fredericksburg area. Founding members saw a distinct need for a central clearinghouse of volunteers from the community at large, who were ready to develop and staff new programs. After several meetings, the membership voted to have issues relating to children as its primary focus.
In our 30-year history, we have donated over $840,000 and provided thousands of hours of service time. With the continued support from volunteers and growing recognition in the community, we are able to support a variety of projects and organizations which directly impact the lives of local children.
Media & Communications Chair
Lauren Reed (Chair)
Whitney Brush (Chair)
Mommy & Me Tea
Sarah Li (Chair)
By-Laws / Parliamentarian
Financial Aid Coordinator (Community Research)
Taylor Glascock (Chair), Kim Van Zuiden (Co-Chair), Shannon Lally (Pres. Elect), Ferida Cralle (Prov. Chair), Lauren Reed (Past President)
Books In Hand
Project in a Day
Bragg Hill Family Life Center
The Brisben Center
Big Brothers, Big Sisters Greater Fredericksburg
The Diaper Bag
Special Fundraising & Bricks at Kenmore
Firstly, as a non-profit, volunteer-based organization, strength in numbers is our motto! Each year our membership grows and so, in turn, does our help in the community, both financially and in volunteer hours. Membership is key to the running of FASL and by becoming a member, you can make a bigger impact with both your donations and time! See first hand the children we strive to help and get to know the organizations and programs we support. Know that what we raise in donations and sponsorship goes directly to them.
The Fredericksburg Area Service League, Inc (FASL) is an organization of women committed to improving and enriching the lives of Fredericksburg area children. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The Fredericksburg Area Service League, Inc seeks to provide an environment, which values and promotes diversity in its membership and offers opportunity for friendship, leadership and personal growth through projects and partnerships that meet the community's needs and address the challenges of the 2000's.