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In 1975, the Sunshine Society transferred control of Twelve Oaks Lodge to the Twelve Oaks Foundation of National Charity League of Glendale. Under NCL’s sponsorship, Twelve Oaks Foundation built Oaks Hall and the Pavilion. From 2002 through 2013, Twelve Oaks was controlled by Southern California Presbyterian Homes, later known as be.group. However, Twelve Oaks remained NCL Glendale’s primary philanthropy, with annual donations to Twelve Oaks ranging from $30,000 to $40,000
In addition to monetary donations, NCL Glendale’s members of mothers and daughters volunteered thousands of hours at Twelve Oaks, creating lasting bonds and endless delight for all involved. NCL Patronesses and Ticktockers led beautification projects and holiday festivities, hosted puppy parties and game mornings, served residents at the weekly summer BBQs and paid one-on-one visits with residents.
In 2015, control of Twelve Oaks reverted to NCL Glendale, which then appointed an independent board of directors to Twelve Oaks Foundation. The Foundation, along with Northstar, work tirelessly in bringing Twelve Oaks Senior Living back to the community it has served for eight decades.