Assistance League of Sonoma County is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Your contributions are fully tax deductible. We are an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff, therefore your contribution is maximized. All donations stay in Sonoma County, benefiting adults and children in need through our philanthropic programs. Your gifts are greatly appreciated.
Your Contribution, Small or Large, Will Make a Difference!
We are proud to be a GuideStar Exchange Silver Participant! Click on the GuideStar logo to review the Nonprofit Report on Assistance League of Sonoma County provided by GuideStar Exchange.
Contributions can be made by check. You may also use the United Way donor-designated program at your workplace or designate Assistance League through the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County’s Human Race.
Please mail checks to:
5 West Sixth Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
We Honor and Remember
Donations may be made to honor the memory of a loved one or celebrate significant events. We will send a card to the person or family you have chosen to honor. Gift amounts are not listed. Click here for the form to complete. Please mail the completed form with your donation to the address above.
Major Benefectors Plaque
For a one-time minimum donation of $5,000 we may include the name or group for whom the donation is honoring on our Major Benefactors Plaque. A card will be sent to the person or group you are acknowledging.
Please send a check payable to Assistance League at the address above.
Thrift Shop Donations
Proceeds from our thrift shop help fund our philanthropic programs. Bring your donations of new or gently-used items to our shop at 5 West Sixth Street in Santa Rosa. Stay to shop. We offer quality merchandise at affordable prices.
Operation School Bell® Fundraiser
Each summer, Assistance League sponsors a direct mail campaign for Operation School Bell’s “Clothes for Kids” fundraiser. Operation School Bell is our chapter’s largest philanthropic program. This program provides new common dress clothing and hygiene items as requested by in-need schools to children in the Santa Rosa and Roseland school districts.