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About Assistance League

Assistance League of Laguna Beach is a volunteer service organization whose members identify, develop, implement, and fund ongoing philanthropic programs for specific needs of the community. Join us! More about what we do...

Laguna Beach Thrift Store Location

A.L.L.B. Thrift Shop
526 Glenneyre Street
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949-494-5977
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Latest News

Assistance League of Laguna Beach Gives $50,000 in Grants

The Assistance League of Laguna Beach continues to be true to its mission of "putting caring and commitment into action."  Recent grants have gone to the  R. H. Dana Exceptional Needs Facility, Laguna Beach's Community Service Programs Youth Shelter, and the Collaborative Courts Foundation.  A grant of $25,000 was awarded to the R. H. Dana Exceptional Needs Facility for new specialized … [read more...]

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Assistance League on Laguna’s own KX93.5

In case you missed the broadcast this past Monday....check out our segment on Caroline's Cause Corner on Laguna Beach's own KX93.5! http://kx935.com/podcast/carolinescausecorner/2.25.2014.0800 … [read more...]

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Make A Difference Day Book Drive

Assistance League of Laguna Beach recently held a book drive in conjunction with Make a Difference Day on October 26th.  Collecting nearly 500 books, members boxed them up and will donate them to Homefront America to be distributed to children and parents on Camp Pendleton.  Some books will even find their way to Afghanistan, for military members to read to their children via … [read more...]

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Assistance League Board Members Attend National Conference

 Nine members of Assistance League of Laguna Beach attended the National Assistance League Conference held in Chicago on September 18-22nd.  With attendance at 850 members from throughout the country, including Hawaii, the conference is the premier kickstart for all the chapters to once more reach out to address their local communities’ needs. This year, as well as last year, the Laguna … [read more...]