Education Programs



Diablo Valley – Celebrates 20th Year of Scholarship Program

In terms of emotional support, each year, awarded Scholarships convey a message of “We have faith in you! You can do this! In the fall of 1999, Assistance League of Diablo Valley members approved the creation of Scholarships as a philanthropic program. During a recent interview, Scholarships Co-Chairs Lesley Salo and Cindi Segale related how […]



Huntington Beach – Provides Teacher Grants

Assistance League of Huntington Beach generously awarded more than 100 teachers from the Ocean View School District with classroom grants as part of its annual “Links to Learning” program. Teachers from 13 schools in Ocean View were thrilled to receive grant awards totaling over $47,000 from Assistance League of Huntington Beach. The classroom grants vary […]



Bakersfield – Receives Books from CAPK

Local nonprofits focused on children’s education and health will soon receive thousands of books. The Molina Foundation of Southern California, a national nonprofit focused on reducing disparities in access to education and health, has granted CAPK more than 11,000 new books. The books will go to United of Kern County, the Kern Literacy Council and […]



Redlands – APEAL Events Celebrate Students in Adaptive Physical Education Programs

Assistance League of Redlands recently its annual Adaptive Physical Education Awards Luncheons. The events, one for each of three age groups, celebrate the athletic achievements of approximately 275 students with disabilities from kindergarten through high school in the Redlands Unified School District, according to a press release from Assistance League. At the luncheons, the students […]



Santa Barbara – Helps Students Suit Up for Summer

Starting June 18, local students will be outfitted for a summer of learning and fun with the help of Assistance League of Santa Barbara in partnership with United Way’s Fun in the Sun program. Fun in the Sun, a six-week summer learning curriculum for at-risk children, addresses summer learning loss through hands-on, project-based lessons, using […]



Hemacinto – Campaign to Collect 1,000 Books

Putting a book in the hands of every young child in the San Jacinto Valley who doesn’t have one in their home is the motivation behind the Assistance League of Hemacinto’s month-long book drive. “It might be they can’t afford books or don’t have anyone that can read to them,” President Linda Morriss said. The […]