Our Chapter History

The South Placer County Chapter of NCL, Inc. was founded in 2010 and officially chartered in 2013. Our chapter has successfully grown over the last 5 years, with a current membership of ~110 Patronesses (Mothers) and ~124 Ticktockers (Daughters) in grades 7 through 12.  Our members live throughout South Placer County.

Members of the South Placer County Chapter volunteer regularly at over 20 local philanthropies ranging from local food banks to Special Olympics. During the 2017-2018 volunteer year, members of our Chapter provided over 7,400 hours of volunteer services to our community. Most of these hours are worked together by mothers and daughters, forging lasting memories. Nationally, all NCL, Inc. chapters volunteer well over 1,000,000 hours per year.

Our welcoming membership and strong philanthropic support throughout Placer and Sacramento counties is the hallmark of the South Placer County Chapter.

For the 2017/2018 year we had a very productive year:

  • 35 Mother-Daughter pairs completed over 30 hours of service together; 4 of those pairs completed 110+ hour of service together
  • 17 Ticktockers completed over 50 hours of service; 8 of those completing over 100+ hours
  • Our Merci Award for the most hours completed in the year was awarded to an outstanding Ticktocker who completed 341 hours of philanthropic service!

Our Ticktockers attend a variety Placer County public and private  high schools and associated middle schools, including:

  • Christian Brothers
  • Del Oro
  • Lincoln
  • Oakmont
  • Placer
  • Rocklin
  • Roseville
  • St. Albans
  • St. Francis
  • Western Sierra
  • Whitney
  • Woodcreek