National Charity League Event to Help Our Community

18 Dec 2013 by Carlie Ranno, No Comments »

The National Charity League, or NCL, is an organization of mothers and daughters committed to community service, leadership development, and cultural experiences.  The goal of NCL is that every daughter will develop a greater appreciation of community values important and worthy of preservation.  NCL works to make mother and daughter relationships stronger, while also serving to help the community.  Our group is a part of the Arrowhead Chapter.  When we meet, we brainstorm, collaborate, and plan ways we can make a positive impact in our community.

On December, 8 2013, our group met at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Urgent Care Center in Glendale to decorate their Christmas tree for the kids! It was a wonderful experience and a lot of fun working with everyone.

Students from Hillcrest participating in the NCL include Briana B., Vara T., Hannah L., and Megan C. We all worked really well together and the Christmas tree looked fantastic.  The theme for our Christmas tree was red and white, so, everyone brought in ornaments to decorate.  It took us about an hour to decorate the tree and get the center looking great for the holiday!

Hopefully, this will bring a smile to a child’s face when they are sick and not feeling well.

NCL Christmas tree

The NCL decorating the Christmas tree at Phoenix Children’s Hospital! Pictured left to right: Carlie R., Megan C., Faith, Briana B., Vara T., and Hannah L.

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