La Jolla mother and daughter honored by Charity League

The San Diego Chapter of National Charity League (NCL) honored exceptional members with service awards during its annual awards brunch on April 28 at the Bahia Resort in Mission Bay.

La Jolla High School junior Nicole Roos received NCL’s “Merci Award” for volunteering the most philanthropic service hours (349) last year. She and her mother, Wendy Roos, were also honored as the mother-daughter team with the most philanthropy hours (112).

More than 280 San Diego NCL members provided almost 12,000 volunteer service hours to local and national philanthropies in 2012.
The San Diego Chapter of National Charity League is part of National Charity League, Inc, a mother-daughter charitable organization serving women and their daughters in grades 7-12.

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