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The Oldest Katy National Charity League Chapter Honors 2021 Senior Class


January 17, 2021

By Natalie Cook Clark

The National Charity League Katy Chapter, the oldest of the local chapters, recently honored the members of its 2021 senior class. This national nonprofit mother-daughter service organization contributes millions of volunteer hours to philanthropic organizations each year.

Front row seated left to right: Sarah Schneider, Kaya Lilley, Gabrielle Allen, Sydney Gendron, Elise DeGeeter, Amy Skelton, Carly Skelton, Grace Liu, Megan McNichol, Tess Hefty, Allison Herleth Back row standing left to right: Chloe LaBard, Sofia Watne, Caroline Kunkel, Katherine Kunkel, Mallory Reynolds, Jaclyn Guerrero Caitlin Zimmerman, Claire Stockard, Henley Beisert, Emily Kristynik

Katy's Oldest Chapter

The National Charity League (NCL, Inc.) Katy Chapter is the oldest of the local area chapters having been formed in 1984. The group recently honored 21 young ladies from the class of 2021 for their service and contributions to the community.

These ladies, and their mothers, have volunteered over 8,000 hours of philanthropic service to our community in the past six years. The mission of NCL is to foster mother-daughter relationships through service.

Community service projects have included working with the American Cancer Society, ARC of Katy, The Ballard House, Brookwood Community, Citizens of Animal Protection, Texas Children’s Hospital, and Clothed By Faith, and more.

The Katy Chapter believes that they strengthen the mother-daughter relationship through the experience of giving back and it sets the stage for a successful future.

The Katy Chapter consists of daughters and mothers that reside in the Taylor High School, Memorial Parkway Junior High zone.

To learn more about this NCL, Inc. chapter, visit their website.


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