NORTH FULTON, Ga. — The Roswell-Alpharetta Chapter of National Charity League recently honored their senior class at the Atlanta Athletic Club, celebrating six years of community service together.
National Charity League aims to inspire and empower mothers and daughters working together to succeed as confident, well-rounded and socially aware contributors to society.
The class of 2017 volunteered more than 18,000 service hours since 2011 for the local philanthropies the chapter supports. Some of the nonprofits include Autrey Mill Nature Preserve, Child Development Association, East Roswell Library, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Humane Society of Forsyth county and Senior Services North Fulton.
“National Charity League was never just a side project during those years; it became a part of our identities. Now that we branch into adulthood, we may look back and decide what of NCL we choose to bring to our adult selves,” said Annabelle Clarke, NCL senior class president.