Assistance League would like to thank the Circle of Hearts, a fund of the Klamath Community Foundation, including more than 100 women contributing and reaching out to women and children in the Klamath Basin. Its generous donation responds to the Assistance League’s newly added philanthropic program, “Children in Foster Care,” that involves approximately 70-80 Klamath Basin children annually who are in need of immediate help. Partnering with DHS, the Assistance League will provide essential items for these children from infants to high school seniors being removed from unsafe environments and placed into emergency foster care. Assistance League of Klamath Basin has been serving the area’s youth since 1986. It runs three philanthropic programs — Families in Crisis, Project USA and Operation School Bell — each with a unique purpose.
Sally-Ann Palcovich, left and as Circle of Hearts Chair, presents Assistance League® of Klamath Basin’s President, Patty Barsalou, a $1,250 grant award at its recent Circle of Hearts member luncheon.