Assistance League of Laguna Beach is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic programs. Member volunteers are dedicated to ongoing support and a long-term presence in the community through hands-on involvement and innovative philanthropic programs.
In 1952, fourteen women with a philanthropic vision organized the Laguna Beach chapter, initially called Las Amigas. The chapter was chartered in 1962, and was the 29th chapter of National Assistance League. There are ~120 Assistance League chapters in 26 states with just under 22,000 members.
Assistance League of Laguna Beach currently has ~160 member volunteers working to make Laguna Beach and surrounding communities better places to live and work through our programs. Assistance League of Laguna Beach supports fifteen community based philanthropic programs benefiting everyone from infants to adults. We encourage you to learn more about our chapter and the many ways you can become involved and make a difference.
While individual donations are gratefully accepted, the Thrift Shop, located at 526 Glenneyre Street is our main source of funding. The shop is staffed and managed entirely by our member volunteers. Donations are always welcome and are tax deductible.