Since 1940, the noteworthy philanthropic programs of Assistance League of Long Beach are the inspiration of the dedicated volunteers who continue to fulfill their mission “to create a community of volunteers to identify and deliver philanthropic services."
Assistance League of Long Beach is the largest chapter of National Assistance League and is a volunteer 501(c)(3) corporation comprised of more than 900 hands-on members. They provide more than 85,000 volunteer hours annually that enrich the lives of over 15,000 Long Beach residents every year.
National Assistance League is a nonprofit organization of 26,000 volunteers working in 120 chapters nationwide.
As Assistance League of Long Beach starts our 74th year of service to the Long Beach community, we can be proud that we’ve come a long way from wrapping bandages and running a tea room in the 1940’s to being one of the largest nonprofits in the city. We are members of a corporation with assets approaching $7 million and an operating budget of more than $2 million dollars.