What We're All About

Altrusa is an international non-profit organization making our local communities better through leadership, partnership, and service. Our club offers an opportunity to make a real difference in Garland, Rowlett and Sachse. We undertake a variety of service, literacy, fundraising and international projects.

We welcome newcomers who are eager to make a difference. Our members are from varying occupations, ages and lifestyles, all sharing an interest in community service. We enjoy the friendship, fun and satisfaction that comes from working together for the benefit of others.

 
 
 
 
North TX Giving Day Corporate Sponsors

Things We're Proud Of:

  • “Welcome to Chillville” grant for Founders
    Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

  • Weaver Elementary grant for Early
    Childhood Special Education Program

  • Make a Difference Day – helping our
    community

  • Future Readers of Garland – promoting
    literacy

  • Care packages for local nursing
    home residents

  • Boxes to the Military – providing personal
    items to overseas troops

 

2021 Marjorie Hall Chamberlain Memorial Scholarship Recipient

Dion Olumese

 

Dion is a recent graduate of North Garland High School graduating in the top 10% of his class, and is currently enrolled in the University of Houston studying computer technology. A truly worthy student, his greatest influences have been his parents, Peter and Blessing Olumese and his Eagle Scout Troop Leader.  Throughout high school, Dion participated in a host of community services, with a high interest in the plight of the homeless, so much so that he volunteered regularly with various programs within the area that care for homeless men, women and families.  Although he admits he likes computer games a little too much, this indulgence has not altered his focus of completing his first degree, finding that right fit professionally in the working world, with a commitment to continue to give back wherever he calls “home”.

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Join Us!

Our members work hard to make a difference in our community. Whether reading to elementary school children, working  in partnership with the local food bank, collecting  supplies and shipping care packages to our active military, or many other worthy causes, we have a project made for you. Contact our Club President for more information and come join us!