When caring and commitment are put into action,
the results are heartwarming.
Assistance League of Arcadia volunteers transform the lives of children and adults through community programs.
Essential needs are met in our community and families flourish.
Transforming Lives -
Our Board of Directors:
President - Leigh Chavez
1st VP Education - Shirley Curley
2nd VP Membership - Lucy Mao
3rd VP Philanthropic - Fran Hermann
4th VP Bargain Box - Patti Beith
Secretary - Rene Marrs
Treasurer - Kay Kinsler
Assisteens Coordinator - Sandi Consiglio
Bylaws Chairman - Susan Dahle
Liaison to Auxiliary - Shary Devore
Orientation Chairman - Diane Lucas
Properties/Preparedness - Merri Frew
Strategic Planning - Maryann Gibson
Is your club or organization interested in having a multi-media presentation about Assistance League, the needs of children and adults in the San Gabriel Valley, and ways you might help?
Assistance League of Arcadia’s Speakers Bureau is available without charge as a program presentation ranging from 15 to 45 minutes. Learn about members of our community who are confronted with day-to-day personal challenges and how Assistance League’s programs serve them. For information or to schedule a presentation contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who We Are Locally
Assistance League of Arcadia, a chapter of Assistance League, is a 100% member-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization serving our community, through hands-on involvement and innovative programs. All funds raised by our chapter go directly back into the San Gabriel Valley communities we serve.
Founded in 1954, we became the 22nd chapter of the National Assistance League. We currently have over 340 chapter and auxiliary members of diverse backgrounds, ages, and occupations who donate over 23,000 service hours, serve over 30,000 people, and raise over $200,000 through thrift shop sales annually to fund the chapter’s numerous community service programs. We presently serve the communities of Alhambra, Arcadia, Duarte, Monrovia, Rosemead, San Gabriel, and Temple City.
Who We Are Nationally
Assistance League has a network of more than 120 chapters stretching across the country; bound by a strong central cause and vision to empower volunteers to make lasting change in our communities.
Unlike most national charities, National Assistance League's focus is on local chapter needs first. Assistance League actually helps their volunteers realize their vision for their communities. All funds they raise stay in those individual communities. So their dreams become our dreams. Together we help people in need achieve a better quality of life.