The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence was recently awarded to Assistance League of Diablo Valley for meeting the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness. Of the 1,000,000 charities operating in the United States today, it is estimated that fewer than 50,000, or 5 percent, meet or exceed these standards, and, of those, fewer than 2,000 have been awarded this Seal.
Assistance League of Diablo Valley depends upon public donations to continue its work. You can help! Making a donation through our secure server is fast and easy, and when we receive your donation, we will send you an acknowledgement in the mail for tax purposes. Click the link below to make a donation. Thank you for your support!
Please note: We use a nonprofit service to process our credit card transactions. GIVEDIRECT is the name that will appear on your credit card statement - not Assistance League of Diablo Valley. Using a 3rd party helps us keep our costs low and allows us to spend more time and money on our programs!
If you would prefer to use a printable donor form that you can mail directly to us, click the link below.
Are you thinking about donating an unwanted vehicle?
Please consider Assistance League of Diablo Valley to receive the funds from the sale of your car, truck, motorcycle, RV boat, airplane, farm machinery or heavy equipment to support our community based programs.
Just click on the car graphic or the link below and Vehicle Donation to Any Charity (V-Dac) will pick up and sell your vehicle, running or not. They will send you a tax receipt and the proceeds will be given to us to support our philanthropic programs benefiting over 14,000 children, families, students and older adults in Contra Costa County, CA.
Chris Light on the left and Gen Camera on the right received a $500 grant from the Clayton Valley-Concord Sunrise Rotary for Community Outreach Receiving Center Backpacks presented by Mureleen Benton in the center.
Assistance League is proud to partner and build relationships with local community businesses. This year, Assistance League teamed with 56 volunteer employees from Administaff, Chevron, Wells Fargo, Macerich, Shell Oil, Office Max and Target. These enthusiastic employees volunteered 147 hours towards outfitting elementary school children with new clothes, shoes, backpacks and grooming kits through Operation School Bell ® and assembled Welcome Home Layettes for newborns, considered at risk for developmental problems.
In addition to the revenue from Assistance League of Diablo Valley's Way Side Inn Thrift Shop, additional financial support for the chapter's philanthropic programs comes from corporations, individuals, businesses and service organizations.
The chapter is indebted to its corporate partners of Contra Costa County, CA who share belief in the chapter's mission and support the chapter members to implement philanthropic efforts.
This year Assistance League has been the recipient of grants from: