KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
September 27, 2020
By Jennifer Miko
The membership drive for the Katy Chapter of the National Charity League (NCL) starts this Thursday, October 1. The goal of the Katy Chapter aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship as members serve the community together.
Class of 2020, Katy Chapter of National Charity League, Photo courtesy: LC Photographers
Starting this Thursday, the Katy National Charity League (NCL) Chapter will be accepting applications for mothers with daughters currently in the sixth grade in the Katy ISD, Richmond, Fulshear, or Sealy areas for the 2021-22 Membership Year.
NCL is the oldest and largest mother-daughter volunteer organization in the country. Through the NCL programs and activities, mothers and daughters participate in unique opportunities to strengthen their bond and improve their communities.
Members Develop Valuable Skills, Support Community
Chartered in 1984, the Katy Chapter is the oldest NCL Chapter in Katy. The group provides all members the opportunity to engage in positive, character-building experiences. Through activities such as mentoring programs, coordinating volunteer opportunities, and event and meeting planning, they develop valuable leadership skills.
Members of the Katy Chapter of NCL grow together through philanthropic involvement in the community. They support the Ballard House/Cinco Charities, Brookwood Community, Clothed by Faith, Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP), Katy Christian Ministries (KCM), and more.
The mother-daughter pairs in the Katy Chapter of NCL also enjoy a variety of cultural experiences. They can choose to attend local theatrical performances and exhibits, and learn from guest speaker presentations about local history, arts, and literature.
Learn More about Katy NCL
Follow this link to the Katy Chapter of NCL's Prospective New Member Open House, to be held via Zoom on October 18, 2020, at 2 pm.