NCL Temecula Valley Chapter serves community during COVID-19

Mother and daughters Elise, Heather and McKenna Douglass of National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter, serve at Community Mission of Hope during a virtual farm stand with Outreach Farm Project, Aug. 26. Valley News/Jacqueline Hunter photo 
TEMECULA – The summer has been an unusual one due to COVID-19; however, that hasn’t stopped Ticktockers and Patronesses of National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter, from volunteering around the community. Ticktocker classes got creative and did as much philanthropy work as they could at their monthly meetings, including the upcoming “One Million People Moving” walk benefiting the American Heart Association. Everyone is welcome to participate, walking alone or mothers and daughters can walk together. During the walk, a podcast with heart facts and more will be available to listen to that will be created by some of our chapter Ticktockers. Teams of mothers and daughters served at Community Mission of Hope, Aug. 26, working at a virtual farm stand for the Outreach
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