The class of 2021 seniors of the Mercer Island Evergreen Chapter of the National Charity League. Photo courtesy of Alexandra McDonald, owner at Willow Street Photography

The class of 2021 seniors of the Mercer Island Evergreen Chapter of the National Charity League. Photo courtesy of Alexandra McDonald, owner at Willow Street Photography

Evergreen Chapter of the National Charity League honors class of 2021 seniors

The Mercer Island Evergreen Chapter of the National Charity League (NCL) honored the community service and leadership contributions of its membership at the chapter’s annual celebration and senior recognition last month.

The NCL is a national mother-daughter membership organization. Its mission is to foster the mother-daughter relationship through an ongoing commitment to philanthropy, culture and leadership.

During this challenging year, the Evergreen Chapter of NCL collectively performed more than 5,300 hours of philanthropy. Philanthropies such as Operation Gratitude, Seattle Humane Society, Mary’s Place and Mercer Island Youth and Family Services were just a few of the organizations that were supported. The chapter also recognized 18 members who were awarded Presidential Volunteer Service Medals.

During their six years of involvement with NCL, from seventh to 12th grades, the class of 2021 collectively performed 8,096 hours in service to the chapter and charitable organizations in King County and surrounding areas. The NCL Evergreen class of 2021 seniors are: Isabel Angel, Caitlyn Barber, Bryn Buist-Haverkamp, Brooke Comstock, Callie Dawson, Norah Evans, Mikayla Geisner, Grace Lenington, Abby Levine, Miya Nakata, Caden Schreuder, Olivia Thompson, Maddy Way, Tessa Werdel and Grace Wilson.


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