Improving the quality of lives in our community

We provide services to children, families, and the elderly in the Saddleback Valley communities.


We believe a giving heart & simple compassionate acts can make a world of difference


We are committed to giving our time & energy to help someone to live a more fulfilling life


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* Source: National Assistance League

Who We Are

Caring & commitment in action

The ASSISTANCE LEAGUE of Saddleback Valley is a non-profit volunteer organization that puts caring and commitment into action by providing services to children, families, and the elderly in the
Saddleback Valley communities.

We are committed to improving our local community through hands on involvement and innovative philanthropic programs.

Our History

founding chapter was formed in 1919 by Anne Banning and developed as an outgrowth of the Red Cross Shops established in World War I.

It became the first nonprofit, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization begun in the West to recognize the potential of volunteers in helping those less fortunate to a better, more meaningful life.

National Assistance League

NATIONAL ASSISTANCE LEAGUE, organized in 1935, now has more than 23,000 member volunteers in 120 chapters across the United States. The innovative programs of Assistance League have touched the lives of more than 1.2 million children, seniors, families and others in need.

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Assistance League Saddleback Valley

ASSISTANCE LEAGUE of Saddleback Valley was organized in 1985 and boasts more than 200 member volunteers and Assisteens. Annually, our volunteers contribute over 9,500 hours of service to over 18,000 individuals through our philanthropic programs. By working together, our members and supporters help others in our local community live a more fulfilling life.

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