Group finds niche in community service

 

The inaugural year of the North Central Women’s League has been a busy one, and CEO Marianne Friedman says the nonprofit group is planning to be even busier in year two.

The group started with 37 members who volunteered more than 650 hours of community service and donated money and supplies to community partners, including Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels, Desert Mission Food Bank, The Cinderella Affair and Native American Connections. For Sunnyslope Elementary School, the group purchased a music cart for $400 to make it easier and safer to transport musical instruments into the cafeteria for practice sessions…

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North Central Women’s League In The News

An article about the formation of North Central Women’s League was published in the North Central News, August 2016 edition.  Read the article below.

If you would like more information or would like to be one of NCWL's founding corporate sponsors e-mail northcentralwomensleague@gmail.com.