Thank you Toyota, again!

We are blessed to have been chosen again in 2023 by Toyota for a donation. We appreciate their continued support.   (President Rayma Halloran with Glendale Toyota representative)

Honoring Claire Collins

On Tuesday June 1, 2021 Assistance League Glendale raised a glass to toast Claire Collins for the love and dedication she contributed. They unveiled a plaque that will reside on the wall of their meeting room honoring all she did for the chapter. Claire was instrumental in moving the chapter to its current location, was a past […]

New Leadership

After two wonderful years as President of Assistance League Glendale, Karen Saunders passed the gavel to our 2021-2022 President Carol Svatora. Carol joined Assistance League Glendale in 2019 coming from a chapter in Michigan. Carol brings with her many years of experience as a league member and previous President. We look forward to her leadership […]

Thank You Toyota

November-December 2021 We want to say a special Thank You to Toyota Glendale. Assistance League Glendale received a $5000 check from the car company. Toyota Glendale awarded two nonprofits with this gift and we were lucky to be chosen.

Member Milestone Awards

At our regular meeting in November we were finally able to honor our milestone members. All meetings over the last year and half being were held by zoom, this was the first in-person meeting our chapter held. Linelle Vincenti, VP of Membership, announced the milestone awards for the honorees. Members present received flowers from Rayma […]

Operation School Bell® Wraps Up

Operation School Bell® provided clothing and shoes for 477 elementary and 70 middle school students in need in 2020. The Covid pandemic during 2021 greatly affected our ability to actually dress children, but that did not stop us. We pre-made our sacks providing clothing and shoes for 72 homeless children, 89 elementary and 74 middle […]

Celebrating 75 Years of Service

Assistance League Glendale celebrated 75 years in May of 2018. The event included an unveiling of a bronze plaque identifying our 1928 building as City of Glendale Historic Resource Number 123. Twenty-two relatives of Emil O. Keifer (one of the men who commissioned Alfred F. Priest to the design of the building) attended the celebration. […]