The Golden Corridor Chapter of the National Charity League, Inc., one of the nation’s most distinctive mother-daughter service organizations, recently honored the class of 2011 at its 24th annual Senior Presentation ceremony in late March.
At the event, the chapter members, along with family and friends, celebrated the accomplishments of each of the 18 graduating seniors, attending Hockaday, Parish and Ursuline Academy. During their six years of involvement with NCL, Inc., they collectively performed nearly 2,975 philanthropy hours in service to over 20 area charitable organizations in Dallas and surrounding areas.
National Charity League, Inc. was organized in 1925 in California and now includes more than 160 chapters in 17 states. The Golden Corridor Chapter was formed in 1986 and is the oldest chapter in the Dallas area. Membership in NCL provides mothers and daughters unique opportunities to strengthen their bond while growing together, sharing of themselves and improving their communities. It is the only National organization committed to fostering the mother-daughter relationship through philanthropic, leadership and cultural activities together and in peer groups.