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  April 17, 2014

The Power of Mothers, Daughters, and Volunteerism - Renee and Isabelle Kenagy


One person can make a difference.  Two people - especially the combined efforts of a mother and daughter - can make a bigger difference.  Now, put together a nationwide organization that puts a force of mother - daughter volunteers into the community and lives are changed forever. 



The National Charity League fosters "strong mother-daughter relationships and empowers members to be confident, well-rounded and socially aware contributors in their community."  Being a member of the National Charity League is a great way to get involved and give back to many organizations and events in the community.  It is also a great way for mothers and daughters to bond while serving others and promoting good causes.   


The Good Deed Brigade recently interviewed members of the San Diego Chapter of the National Charity League.  Renee and Isabelle Kenagy reside in La Jolla, California.   Since joining the National Charity League, Renee and Isabelle have accumulated over 100 hours of service.   Their volunteer activities have ranged from working in a soup kitchen to cleaning up a canyon in the local area.   


The Good Deed Brigade caught up with Renee and Isabel on a Sunday morning in San Diego where Renee and Isabelle were serving as volunteers  for the JCC (Jewish Community Center) Biennial Convention.  The San Diego Chapter National Charity League helps a wide range of organizations and causes throughout Southern California.   As noted by Renee, "While it is great to donate time and resources to one worthy organization or cause, the National Charity League provides mothers and daughters an opportunity for different volunteer experiences in an organized and safe environment." 


You can read more about the available chapters and age requirements for membership at the following:


Official Website for the National Charity League


The website notes that the majority of the National Charity League classes are filled during the daughter's sixth grade year.  Take some time to check out the website and learn more about this wonderful organization. 


The Good Deed Brigade salutes Renee and Isabelle Kenagy for their dedication to the the community. Follow the example set by the actions of Renee and Isabelle and go out in your community to do your share of good deeds.  Remember, wherever you see the Good Deed Brigade, it's all good. 


If you have a story to share about your good deeds or the good deeds of others in the community, please e-mail us at or visit our Contact Us Page on the Official Website for the Good Deed Brigade.  


*For those who want to read more about the origin of the term "Pay It Forward" Click Here. 

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