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
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
To be highly recognized in our community as a philanthropic organization that meets the changing needs of the greater Salem-Keizer area.
- 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.
- 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.
Recent Grants received by Assistance League of Salem-Keizer
The Assistance League of Salem-Keizer (ALS-K) has recently received three generous grants through The Salem Foundation. Founded in 1930 by Pioneer Trust Bank, The Salem Foundation provides oversight of charitable donations made by donors who want to make a difference locally. This oversight provides a flexible vehicle for donors to make an impact on local charities and causes. Grants provided to ALS-K through the Salem Foundation are the Larry and Jeanette Epping Family Foundation Fund, the George and Laura Kreitzberg Memorial Fund, and the Hitchman Foundation Fund.
The Assistance League of Salem-Keizer is a local non-profit whose member volunteers have administered community based philanthropic programs for over 60 years. Their mission is to bring positive change to those in need in our community, with a primary focus on the benefit of children in need due to poverty and homelessness. According to Salem-Keizer Public Schools data, 70% of the 42,200 students in the school district are economically disadvantaged. This equates to nearly 30,000 students who are living with and experiencing the effects of poverty. The Assistance League of Salem-Keizer wishes to thank the Salem Foundation for their generous support.
Annual Report and Financials
OUR ANNUAL REPORTS
DONOR THANK YOU LETTER SUMMER EDITION
2020-2021 Board of Directors
Dorothy Leonard and Marie Melin
Assistance League of Salem-Keizer 2020-2021 Advisory Council
Keith Bauer, Attorney
Jaqueline Benavides, Education
Ben Search, Insurance
Chris Veit, Architect Consultant
Benny Won, Banking/Investment Consultant
Diana Enright, Policy Analyst