NCL, Inc. continues to respond to the desires and needs of communities by starting new chapters every year.  With each new chapter, communities are touched, philanthropies are impacted and mother-daughter relationships are strengthened.  Each chapter becomes a legacy that will impact generations to come.


Our organization has doubled in size since 2000, and we look forward to more growth in the future.  It takes a motivated woman, a strong chapter board and lots of support by NCL, Inc. to start a chapter, but it is a richly rewarding experience.

If you are interested in learning more about starting a chapter, please submit the Interest in Starting an NCL Chapter Form.  Once we receive your form, we will be in touch with you regarding the possibility of starting a chapter in your area.

Questions? Please contact the Membership & Expansion Manager



Cheryl LaMee-Ludwig
Founding President
Wellesley Area Chapter


“Congratulations on thinking about or embarking on the expansion journey. I promise you it will be a never-to-be-forgotten adventure. Sure, there is work to be done, but don't let that stop you from the friends you will make, the memories you will cherish and the knowledge you will gain. I can speak for all of us on the Founding Board when I say we got out of it WAY MORE than we ever put in. I can also honestly say we didn't think too much about the "work" aspect, rather chose to focus on the FUN & friendship. Enjoy every minute of your expansion experience!”  



 

Sheila Milton
Founding President
Madison Area Chapter






“When I first heard about NCL, I couldn't stop thinking about it and how involvement in an organization like this would benefit my community, my daughters and myself. As I shared the goals and mission of NCL with other like-minded moms, they stepped up to either be on the board or to be members. I knew my daughters would benefit from being a part of NCL, but I underestimated the benefit that I would receive from setting a goal of forming a chapter and achieving it, meeting awesome moms and young women in my community that I might otherwise not have met, and helping out so many worthwhile organizations in the community.”  



 

 
Cynthia Hubner
Founding President
South Placer County Chapter

“Truthfully, this process has been one of the biggest undertakings of my life. So many hours, so many emails, so many meetings, so many questions. There have been times when I actually thought it would never all come together.  I had a Patroness and her husband come up to me after our very first Senior Recognition and say, "Well, now that we are here, was it worth all the time you have put in?" You know, I did not even have to think about it. My response to her was, "there is nothing I can think of that would have been more worth it!"

 



 
Julia White
Founding President
Hills of Austin Chapter




“Back in 2008, my oldest daughter was in 6th grade. We wanted to be a part of NCL along with our friends, however, all three existing Austin chapters were full. So my solution: Start my own chapter. After forming in February of 2011 with 250+ members, and now recently chartering in January of 2013, I can look back and say, "What was I thinking?", and "Wow, I DID IT!" Being Founding President has been an incredible amount of work and I've lost many a night's sleep, however it has been one of the most rewarding jobs I've tackled and seen through to completion. So, if you hear yourself asking the same question "Why?”, I say go ahead and GIVE IT A TRY! You'll be glad you did!”


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