National Charity League is a women's only non-profit charity organization that brings mothers and daughters together to serve their community. Chapters are strewn across the United States. NCL focuses on developing young women to become impactful in their community through volunteering opportunities. NCL was founded in 1925 in Los Angeles and still continues its mission of fostering and strengthening the bond between a mother and her daughter through community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
To learn more about the National Charity League please visit their official website here.
You have to be invited and sponsored by 2 current members in order to be considered, and then your profile is evaluated by the chapter's board. Acceptance is also reliant on space available in a chapter.
Costs can range based on the chapter you are involved with but can range from $400 /year to $4,000+ in annual dues.
There are no technical skills required.
Because this program is a program that can last up to 6 years the total hours input is based on the length of the program. However, there are required events, volunteering opportunities and many more required attendances throughout the program. Time commitment can rise drastically depending on involvement level.
The application requires that you be sponsored by 2 current members. The acceptance of a member is predominately to do with the CV/background of the mother. Mother's must show a background of charitable involvement and be willing to give a large time commitment to the organization.
If a chapter is not in your area you are able to open your own chapter.