About the Manhattan-Hermosa Chapter


The Manhattan-Hermosa Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. (established in 2009) is part of a national mother-daughter organization dedicated to serving the communities in which the chapters are formed and fostering the mother-daughter relationship.  Currently, the Manhattan-Hermosa Chapter has around 300 active members who volunteer at over 20 philanthropic organizations in Southern California.  Our members contributed thousands of volunteer hours in our community last year.

Our goal is to promote a sense of community responsibility in our daughters and strengthen our bond while growing together, sharing of ourselves, and improving our community.  The daughters (called Ticktockers), along with their mothers (called Patronesses), participate in a 6-year educational program of philanthropic work, leadership training, educational activities, and cultural events.  In 2013, our Chapter received the “Outstanding Ticktocker Program” award from NCL, Inc, and in 2016, we received the award for “Outstanding Chartered Chapter Program.”

Mother Daughter Tea 2015

Patroness meeting

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