About Our Chapter
NCL, Inc., Addison Chapter is a group of mothers and daughters who have come together in a commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
Members shall reside in the Dallas Metropolitan Area. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Addison aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.
National Charity League (NCL) Inc., Addison Chapter was formed in 2001 by a small group of mothers who had a vision of mothers and daughters serving their community together, and that is still the heartbeat of our Chapter. The first patroness meeting in 2001 hosted 75 mothers. Today we have over 200 mother-daughter members in grades 7 through 12 who perform more than 5,000 hours of hands-on volunteer service for 22 charities and non-profit organizations in the Dallas community each year. Through this work, NCL, Inc., Addison Chapter develops socially responsible community leaders who have a positive impact on the communities in which they live.
Our chapter was awarded with the Blue Rose Award for the 2020-2021 year as a result of our members’ dedication to serve our community. The Blue Rose Award recognizes the fulfillment of annual required volunteering hours, which was exceded by our members, and the participation in NCL National Programs such as the Giving Tuesday, The National Philanthropy Programs, and the Sustainer Event.
Join Our Chapter
Interested in joining our chapter? A Prospective Member must be sponsored by a current member of our chapter. Membership opportunities are dependent on Chapter openings.
If you know someone in our Chapter, talk to her about getting started, membership obligations and our membership drive timeline. If you do not know someone in NCL, you are invited to complete this Membership Inquiry Form.
For any questions regarding Membership, requests for transfers or assistance with connecting as a Sustainer, email us.
Mothers and their daughters (grades 7-12) participate in a program that embraces:
Each NCL, Inc. Chapter promotes social awareness by considering the local community’s needs and selecting appropriate non-profit organizations to serve. Each Chapter then supports its philanthropic service partners through different volunteer activities.
We work with the following philanthropies:
- American Heart Association
- Alzheimer’s Association
- Brother Bill’s Helping Hands
- Buckner International
- Children’s Medical Center
- Feed My Starving Children
- Meals on Wheels
- Metrocrest Services
- New Friends New Life
- North Texas Food Bank
- Operation Christmas Child
- Operation Kindness
- Paper for Water
- Rays of Light
- Ronald McDonald House
- Ronald McDonald House Trains at Northpark
- Scottish Rite Hospital
- Seven Loaves
- The Elisa Project
- The Tradition
- Walnut Place
- West Dallas Community
- Wreaths Across America
Nurturing confidence through opportunities to learn and grow, while also building problem-solving skills through a supportive environment of healthy relationships.
Examples of skills developed include:
- Consensus building
- Team building
- Conflict resolution
- Event planning
- Parliamentary procedure
- President: Jennifer Arthur
- President Elect: Stephanie Booker
- Treasurer: Jessica Meyer
- Parliamentarian: Susan Mattox
- Vice President Communications: Cammie Heflin
- Vice President Membership: Mykanna Pratt
- Vice President Patroness Activities: Mary Voth
- Vice President Philanthropy: Shameka Neeman
- Vice President Provisionals: Susanne Seitz
- Vice President Ticktockers: Colleen Neumayer
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As future leaders, we continually strive to build stronger ties with our communities and the individuals within them. It is through this understanding that we grow and develop broader worldviews that will shape and support our lives.
Mothers and daughters of each class attend a cultural experience together with a focus on different areas of art, theatre, dance and music.
Each Chapter celebrates the richness of its history through traditions that honor the past. The Mother Daughter Tea is an NCL, Inc. tradition. Today, NCL chapters around the country continue to embrace their long-standing traditions, as well as, create new ones.