Assistance League of Sacramento is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization comprised of multi-talented members working together to fulfill its mission of enhancing lives in the Sacramento region through community-based programs.
Membership is open to those who wish to be of service to our community and have the time, creativity and passion to volunteer. Our programs are tailored to meet the needs of our community and provide an ideal venue for those seeking fulfillment from helping others.
Join the 280+ community members who volunteer with Assistance League of Sacramento. Choose from the philanthropic programs and committees that interest you and would benefit from your special skills. Make a difference in your community while making friendships that will last a lifetime.
Become one of us! Join an incredible group of volunteers who put caring and commitment into action.
New members are accepted each spring and fall. Prospective member events are held in March and September, and training begins the following month.
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Member Interest Form 2017
Charlotte Stott is the first recipient of Assistance League of Sacramento’s Ann Banning Award. This award, named for the founder of National Assistance League, demonstrates the importance and value of leadership to the chapter and honors the accomplishments and dedication of the recipient. It is recognition for a member that has served in major leadership roles, led in the development of new chapter programs or initiatives and continuously represents the chapter’s mission and values in the community.
We are pleased to present Di Nelson with our Ada Edwards Laughlin Award. Di is the 15th recipient of this prestigious recognition for behind the scenes leadership. Named for the co-founder of National Assistance League, this award recognizes members who have been less visible, “unsung heroes,” providing outstanding services to the chapter in a relatively inconspicuous way.