National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley hosts annual philanthropy fair

Mothers and daughters Erica and Aubrie Stoehr with Kendal and Stacy Clemens attend the National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley chapter’s annual philanthropy fair, Aug. 18. Courtesy photo

TEMECULA – National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley chapter, held its annual philanthropy fair and meeting for nearly 250 members, Aug. 18.

The purpose of the philanthropy fair to educate their membership on each of the organization’s philanthropies, what the groups stand for and how their members can volunteer at each of these partners in the Temecula and Murrieta community. Members can learn about specific requirements that a philanthropy might have before volunteering, so that the volunteering experience is seamless for everyone involved.

Maggie Allen, who represents Community Mission of Hope, attended with Melissa Littlefield from the Littlefield Foundation, Liz Henry from Green Acres Interactive Therapy and Debbie Parker, the community outreach coordinator from Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center.

The Temecula Valley chapter currently partners with more than a dozen local nonprofits and organizations, including the city of Temecula, the city of Murrieta, Susan G. Komen-Inland Empire, Hope’s Community Closet, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley, Binky Patrol, Our Nicholas Foundation, Littlefield Foundation, Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center, Old Town Temecula Community Theater, Pennypickle’s Workshop, Green Acres Interactive Therapy, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Community Mission of Hope, Jacob’s House and Temecula Valley Champions.

National Charity League is one of the nation’s oldest mother-daughter organizations with its mission to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to “community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. Currently, NCL has 267 chapters across the United States. Annually, its members from coast to coast volunteer over 1 million hours in their local communities. Additionally, mother and daughter volunteer together in their community, members hold leadership positions and learn about and attend cultural activities. The Temecula Valley chapter draws its near 250 members from girls who live in or attend school in Temecula and Murrieta. Both mothers as Patronesses and daughters as Ticktockers are members in this organization.

For more information about the National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter, and their upcoming membership drive or their complete list of local philanthropies served, visit

Submitted by National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley chapter.