TEMECULA – The National Charity League of Temecula Valley has begun a membership drive that will run through Jan. 15.
The Temecula Valley chapter of the National Charity League currently has 216 members and provides hands-on volunteer service for 18 philanthropic organizations in the community. Members are women and their daughters in grades 7-12. Through this community service, the league develops socially responsible community leaders and strengthens the mother-daughter relationship. The traditional six-year core program also includes leadership development and cultural activities. Mother-daughter teams nationwide are responsible, dedicated and skilled volunteers, who are actively engaged in local community work in 26 states across the country. To date, there are over 200 chapters, nine of which are in Riverside County. For more information about the Temecula Valley chapter, visit www.temeculavalley.nationalcharityleague.org.
The group is accepting applications for mothers and daughters who are currently in sixth grade and will be entering seventh grade in the fall 2018. Ideal candidates are mothers and daughters who are leaders, who enjoy spending quality time together and who wish to take an active philanthropic role in the community. There will be an informational meeting, 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library. Please contact the vice president of membership, Laura Page, to RSVP and for further details at [email protected] or (949) 813-4235.
Established in Los Angeles, California in 1925 and incorporated in 1958, National Charity League is the premier mother-daughter organization of women and their daughters in grades 7-12. Currently, the membership organization has 65,000 members in 242 chapters that thrive in 26 states. For more information, visit the website at www.nationalcharityleague.org.