About the South Placer County Chapter

NCL, Inc. offers both mothers and daughters an opportunity to learn, meet new friends, and to volunteer in their community. Membership in our Chapter gives mothers and daughters unique opportunities to strengthen their bond while growing together and improving their communities.  NCL, Inc. is the only national organization committed to fostering the mother-daughter relationship through community service, leadership development and cultural experiences, together and in peer groups.

Our Chapter typically holds meetings once a month for mothers and daughters which often include special speakers, films, and activities supporting the Three Pillars of the organization. Every member serves in a unique leadership role each year. Ticktockers especially benefit from this no-risk opportunity to develop their organizational and time-management skills.

 

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The Three Pillars of National Charity League

Community Service: Our desire is to learn what philanthropic needs exist in our community and to help meet those needs whenever possible with service committed to integrity and excellence. We support volunteerism while developing the mother-daughter bond by together learning, mentoring and serving responsibly.

Leadership: Our intent is to empower young women with the skills and confidence to lead through team building, problem solving, mentoring, and group dynamics. The NCL, Inc. experience is designed to provide members over the 6 years skills in:

  • Management- parliamentary procedures, building confidence, conflict resolution, project and stress management
  • Communication- special event manners, public speaking, resume writing
  • Personal Identity- personal health and safety
  • Life Skills- time management, strategies for high school success, cooking, car safety, college application process and money management
  • Relationships- team building, peers and friendships

Cultural: During the six years in NCL, Inc., our chapter creates opportunities for mothers and daughters to deepen their appreciation of all the cultures that make up our community.  When we talk about “our community”, we include both the cultures within our local area of Placer County, and the cultures within a larger national or international community.   We explore how our service can broaden our own horizons by helping us understand others better.