Assistance League of Sacramento’s Signature Fundraising Event!

Nite at the Races

Friday, March 22, 2024
Dante Event Center
2330 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Sacramento, CA
6 – 9 p.m.

Countdown to Race Time

Preparing Students for Success

Operation School Bell® supports Children and Families

Assistance League provides underserved children in the Greater Sacramento area with new school clothing each year. Shirts, pants, jackets, underwear, shoes, and socks are distributed to 39 targeted schools. For many children, this may be the first time to get new clothes or shoes.

15,461 new and gently used books were distributed in the 2022-23 school year. Every child in grades K-3 in 39 schools in four districts received a book to take home. Many of these children have no pleasure reading books in their homes and have never owned their own books.

Help Transform the Lives of Those in Need

Your gift helps those struggling in our community. No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.

Did You Know?

$35 buys school supplies for one student.

$40 pays for two brand-new diversity books for a school library.

$60 buys a student a new winter jacket, hat, gloves, scarf & socks.

$150 gives a holiday shopping experience to a homeless student.

$375 provides emergency clothing and toiletry items to our homeless students in need.

$450 buys headphones or earbuds for 30 students.

$750 allows five students to purchase school clothing.

$1500 pays for hygiene kits for 150 students.

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Assistance League helps neighbors in need throughout
Greater Sacramento area:

Operation School Bell improves attendance, self-esteem, and literacy for PreK-5 students in need.

Fresh Start provides housing goods, cleaning supplies, clothing, newborn essentials, and other essentials to foster youth transitioning to independent living, as well as to women who are victims of commercial sexual exploitation. 

Scholarship awards scholarships to students attending community colleges in the Greater Sacramento area. Like many scholarship programs, our awards go to students with financial needs and demonstrated ability, aptitude, and a commitment to their educational goals

Reaching Out provides a rapid response to the needs of vulnerable individuals.  Working with partner agencies, we provided goods and services, such as welcome home bins, clothing, hygiene kits, and one-time assistance with employment or emergency needs. 

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