National Charity League Laguna Beach Chapter honors 2023 Debutantes

The Laguna Beach Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. (NCL), the nation’s premier mother-daughter volunteer organization, held their 34th Annual Debutante Ball on December 27. The event honored 15 outstanding young women of the Laguna Chapter’s class of 2023.

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Photos courtesy of NCL

Fathers escort daughters at the Debutante Ball

The remarkable ladies fulfilled their commitment of philanthropy, leadership and culture over six years with both grace and determination, making a meaningful impact to their communities and one another. The devotion is impressive by any measure, especially when considering the many competing priorities that fill the time and attention of today’s teens. During their six years, these young ladies have grown into admirable women for their leadership and compassion for the communities in which they live and serve.

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Making a presentation to a member of NCL

The event was held at the Waterfront Hilton in Huntington Beach, led by a team of dedicated members including Ball Chairs Bunny Mitchell and Amy Gonzalez, as well as Vice President of Chapter Engagement and Inclusion Ann Hirakawa. NCL is very proud of their recent debutantes and their mothers.

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Debutante Ball Chairs

The 2023 class of NCL debutantes includes Emily Atkinson, Sophia Boultinghouse, Katherine Dygean, Kailey Eun, Kendall Kaese, Katrina Lattin, Danielle Marking, Reagan Marks, Marina Martinez, Yasmin Mashour, Audrey Masson, Sophia Moran, Kaitlyn Tuttle, Gianna Van den Bosch and Katharine Whalen.

Established in L.A. in 1925 and incorporated in 1958, National Charity League, Inc. is the nation’s premier mother-daughter nonprofit organization. By incorporating mission-based programming, National Charity League develops socially responsible community leaders and strengthens the mother-daughter bond through leadership, philanthropy and culture. National Charity League recognizes the importance of diverse perspectives and experiences to meet the needs of the communities it serves.

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Younger members of NCL assist at the ball

Currently, the philanthropic organization has more than 200,000 members and alumnae in 295 chapters across the nation. Last year, members contributed nearly three million volunteer hours to more than 6,000 local philanthropy partners and their chapters, resulting in a $87 million fiscal impact. National Charity League proudly celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2025.

To make an impact, visit www.nationalcharityleague.org for information on how to get involved.

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