Assistance League of Salem-Keizer is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable corporation whose member volunteers administer programs and perform specific services to meet community needs. Funds raised by the chapter go directly back into the Salem-Keizer community.

Mission, Vision, Core Values and Goals

MISSION

Assistance League of Salem-Keizer is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action for the benefit of children and adults through community-based philanthropic programs

VISION

To be highly recognized in our community as a philanthropic organization that meets the changing needs of the greater Salem-Keizer area.

CORE VALUES

  • Collaborate:  Work collectively to create maximum results and sustainability.
  • Respect:  Affirm the intrinsic value of those we serve, and of those with whom we serve.
  • Serve:  Provide compassionate, caring services to individuals in Salem-Keizer as the primary purpose of our existence.
  • Welcome:  Be an inclusive organization, representative of our community demographics.

GOALS

  • Seek and maintain a diverse, informed and committed volunteer/member base.
  • Align our philanthropic programs with community needs.
  • Promote the brand of Assistance League; increase public relations and community awareness through coordinated marketing.
  • Maximize resources, effectiveness and sustainability.

Annual Report and Financials

OUR ANNUAL REPORTS

National Assistance League Volunteers in Action

2019-2020 Board of Directors

 President

Anita Saalfeld

  President–Elect

Judy Martin

   Secretary

Sherri Frank

   Treasurer

Kathy Saviers

   Finance Chair

Sally Beilstein

   Resource Development

Chris Rhines

   Strategic Planning

Toni Phipps

   Marketing/Publicity

Dorothy Leonard

   Membership

Mary Ann Goff

   Technology

Kathy Ellis-Kelemen

   Parliamentarian/Bylaws

Kathy Sansone

 

Assistance League of Salem-Keizer 2017-18 Advisory Council

John Bauer, Attorney

Diana Enright, Policy Analyst

Joe Phillipay, Insurance Consultant

Steve Woodcock, Salem-Keizer Public Schools Support Services

Chris Veit, Architect Consultant

Melissa Wisner, Federal Programs

Benny Won, Banking/Investment Consultant