In 1940, Assistance League of Long Beach was chartered as the fifth chapter of National Assistance League. Since then, chapter members have provided ever-expanding services to the Long Beach community. Several auxiliaries support chapter’s philanthropic programs and offer valuable programs of their own. Chapter’s philanthropic programs include ALa Carte, Kids on the Block, Operation School Bell®, the Orthodontic Program, Launching Literacy, Vocational Training and Scholarships. Chapter members conduct tours of the Howard and Asian Art Collection for middle school students.
Chapter members also operate the Thrift & Vintage Shop on 4th Street at Cherry Avenue, which is open five days a week. Proceeds from the shop support the operation of the organization.
How to Join as a Chapter Member
Membership applications are accepted from January through October. Informational sessions begin in the spring and membership begins in the first month of our fiscal year, in June. For more information, please contact us at (562) 627-5650 or membership@ALLB.org. If you would like to be considered for membership, please complete and mail in the membership form.