About Us

Established in 1957, Summit League is a non-profit organization consisting of 50 Active Members and over 60 Sustaining Members who are committed to raising funds in the areas of education, health, welfare and the arts. To date, Summit League has donated over one million dollars enhancing the lives of our Silicon Valley community.

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Summit League Past and Current Presidents D. Boyle, M. Reid and J. Black

A Letter from the President

November 2013
A Letter of Thanksgiving

At this special time of reflection and “thanksgiving”, the members of Summit League wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all of our loyal friends who have supported us in our fundraising efforts through the years.  We know that the success of our “Homes for the Holidays” house tour is due to the wonderful and loyal partnerships we have formed.

…to the Underwriters who generously provide monies for direct giving to the chosen charity –WE ARE GRATEFUL!

…to the Homeowners who lovingly give us their already beautiful homes to be decorated for the holiday season and shared with our guests–WE ARE GRATEFUL!

…to the outstanding, creative, faithful, talented, generous, amazing Designers and teams who make the MAGIC—WE ARE GRATEFUL!

…to our Sustaining members, husbands, children, friends and past recipients of our House Tour funds who tirelessly work before, during and after the event—WE ARE GRATEFUL!

…to our membership of 50 women who work, plan, laugh and enjoy the process of creating the best House Tour in Santa Clara Valley—WE ARE GRATEFUL!

…to our guests who truly make “Homes for the Holidays” a success—WE ARE GRATEFUL!

Your generous support has enabled Summit League to make a significant impact in our community.  In order for you to truly understand this impact, we would like to share with you an update of the recent recipients of our House Tour funds and how these funds have been utilized.

  • $164,000 – Next Door – -Funds used for the POWER youth leadership program to help teens recognize and prevent domestic and dating violence.
  • $122,000 – VIA – funds used to renovate the Summit Health Center at the Via West campus
  • $125,000 – PACE – funds used for housing and a gate for the property.
  • $160,000 – Downtown College Prep – funds supported their curriculum and was useful in applying for future grants.

May you and your loved ones enjoy a wonderful holiday season.

Gratefully yours,
Marilyn Reid
Summit League President 2013-14