Caroline McCaul has always understood the value of service, having grown up in a household that has long emphasized the need to be of service to the community, and to society, when and wherever one has the opportunity. As the daughter of a United States Congressman and the granddaughter of a WWII veteran, McCaul has been continually taught the importance of faithful service to both community and to country, a value that has consistently driven her actions throughout her high school tenure.
Caroline McCaul joined the National Charity League, Austin Chapter, during her freshman year at Westlake High School, and has since compiled 341.5 hours of philanthropic service through the organization. She earned the Senior Service Award, the highest award bestowed on the person who serves the highest number of hours during their 6 year tenure. She also earned the Hourglass Award (>100 hours), Yellow Rose Award (>75 hours), the Heart of Gold Award, (>75 hours in one organization, the Ronald McDonald House) the Mission Bell Award (>50 hours), the Ticktocker Service Award, and 6 Mother-Daughter Awards(>20 hours). McCaul has consistently demonstrated a care and compassion for people less fortunate in the local community.
Caroline McCaul’s track record of community service is so impressive, in fact, that she has earned the President of the United States (Barak Obama) Volunteer Service Awards (Bronze medals) in both 2011 and 2012. She continues to be of service to such organizations as Caritas of Austin, the Ronald McDonald House, Mobile Loaves and Fishes. Caroline McCaul has deservedly received the recognition and respect of many people throughout the charitable community.