Assistance League® of Pomona Valley

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The 2018 Spring "Valentine" Tea, held on February 11, 2018 at the Ebell Club was a wonderful success.  Over 100 people supported our philanthropic programs by attending this event.  We sincerely thank everyone that attended, and those that could not attend but made a contribution to our programs.  We could not be successful serving the children in the Pomona Valley without your help. 

Pictures from the event will be posted in the near future.

Assistance League of Pomona Valley is a chapter of National Assistance League®, an all-volunteer, member driven organization and is qualified as a 501(c)(3) organization with the IRS. Our chapter provides multiple services to qualifying children and their families living in the communities of Chino Hills, Claremont, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Verne, Pomona and San Dimas.

Assistance League of Pomona Valley, the eighth oldest chapter of the more than 120 chapters of National Assistance League, was organized in 1932-33 and chartered in 1946. Members raise funds and implement programs that serve specific needs in local areas. Clients are referred by school district personnel. Often siblings and other family members also benefit from our services.

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Donations are a major source of funding for our philanthropic programs and we appreciate any amount you are able to give. Every donation allows us to provide more help to the children in the communities we serve. It takes a village, and we are fortunate to have you as part of ours. You can make your donation through "Just Give" using the "DONATE NOW" button.

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Our Philanthropies

Dental Center

Dentists and support staff provide routine and emergency dental services to children from low-income families that otherwise are unable to receive this critical care.  Through this worthwhile program, children can concentrate on their education rather than on their pain. 

Additionally, each child selects a new book to take home.

  • Over 200 students treated in 2016-17
  • Over 1200 treatments completed
  • Emergency appointments
  • Preventative procedures
  • Root canals, space maintainers and crowns

Cubs for Kids
(Part of Operation School Bell)

Volunteers provide stuffed bears for traumatized children.

  • Provided to local police, fire and paramedic agencies
  • Provided to Children’s Advocacy Center

Operation School Bell®

OSB_3color LogoVolunteers purchase and organize new clothing in a “store-like” setting so children can select multiple outfits appropriate for school. Each student also receives a new book of their choice.

  • Over 1000 students grades Kindergarten to 12th served in 2016-17
  • Clothing includes undergarments to jeans & jackets
  • Backpacks and school supplies
  • Family hygiene kits

Community Closet
(Part of Operation School Bell)

Volunteers provide gently used clothing, shoes and basic household items at no cost.

  • Over 400 bags of clothing distributed in 2016-2017:
    • Families in crisis
    • Displaced individuals
    • Those reentering the work force

Assault Survivor Kits®

ASK LogoVolunteers assemble kits containing toiletries, new basic clothing and other “survival” items.

  • Kits are age and gender specific (adult, teen and child)
  • Provided to Project Sister for distribution to assault victims




Act of Giving
(Part of Operation School Bell)

Members purchase, wrap and distribute items to “Make Christmas Happen”

  • Books, Toys and Clothing
  • Food baskets and gift cards
  • All family members are included