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.
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Mark Bonney, co-founder of Bonney Plumbing, Heating, Air & Rooter Service, was recognized at the Assistance League of Sacramento’s Annual Luncheon as 2016 Community Hero. Mark donated countless hours of plumbing labor in the renovation of Assistance League Center. In addition to labor, through negotiation with vendors, Mark created huge savings in fixtures and equipment. Mark has earned our gratitude and admiration for helping us realize our dream of owning our own building.
We are pleased to recognize Nancy Baker and Sue Bost (l-r above) as our 2015-16 Member Heroes. They played prominent roles during our search for, renovation of and move to the new Assistance League Center at 2751 Fulton Avenue. While the relocation was truly a team effort involving many of our member volunteers, Nancy and Sue’s contributions far exceeded expectations.
In 2011, Nancy served as chair and Sue served as vice chair of the Relocation Committee. Their research and space analysis were critical to the chapter voting to relocate at the end of that year.
On December 19, 2012, members voted to authorize the purchase of a building. Nancy and Sue then turned their efforts to what would become the ever elusive property search and our first Catch the Dream fundraiser. Once the Fulton Avenue property was found, both served as the internal project managers for the renovation. Nancy focused on schedule and deliverables while Sue focused on costs and funding. Sue led the financing negotiations.
Nancy Baker and Sue Bost represent the best of what Assistance League stands for: commitment, leadership, ethics, accountability and respect. We proudly call them our 2015 Member Heroes.