About Our Chapter
NCL, Inc., Midlothian 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 or attend school in Midlothian or the surrounding areas. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Midlothian aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.
NCL, Inc., Midlothian Chapter is the 230th NCL, Inc. chapter to form in the United States. Our Chapter is a group of Virginia mothers and daughters in the Midlothian area who have come together committing to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Midlothian aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving their communities together.
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
For any questions regarding Membership, requests for transfers or assistance with connecting as a Sustainer, email us.
We invite you to consider membership in the NCL, Inc., Midlothian Chapter. Our chapter offers a program for members to grow as leaders, mentors, and friends while making a difference in our community through hands-on volunteerism.
Some things to keep in mind about the membership process:
- Timeline: Applications for membership are accepted during the Annual Membership Drive each year for mothers or female guardians and their daughters in 6th grade at the time of the Membership Drive. Membership is also open to 7th-9th grade at the discretion of the Midlothian Chapter Board and depend on current class size at the time of the Membership Drive.
- Sponsorship: A Prospective Member shall be sponsored by an Active Member and co-sponsored by an Active, Provisional or Sustainer Member in our Chapter. (We can help connect you with a sponsor and co-sponsor, if needed!).
- Residence: A Prospective Member shall reside in the Midlothian or the surrounding areas of Chesterfield County.
If you know a current member of the Midlothian Chapter, talk to her about our Chapter’s boundaries, membership obligations and membership drive timeline.
If you do not know someone in our Chapter, please begin by submitting the following Membership Inquiry Form. This will allow us to provide you with further details about the membership application process and timeline. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any question.
Thank you for your interest in our NCL, Inc. – Midlothian Chapter. We look forward to meeting you!
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.
Some of the philanthropies we work with are:
- The Kindess Campaign (TKC)
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.
Community organizations the NCL, Inc. Midlothian Chapter Supports:
- Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation
- Change the World RVA
- Chesterfield County Anti-Litter Program
- Chesterfield Food Bank
- Connor’s Heroes
- Feed More
- Housing Families First
- Mended Little Hearts
- Mercy Mall of VA
- Richmond Animal League
- Richmond Habitat for Humanity
- Rise Against Hunger
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Shalom Farms
- Spring Arbor of Salisbury Assisted Living
- The Period Patch
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: Lariza Rife
- Secretary: Catherine Rosenstock
- Treasurer: Jennifer Ekiert
- Parliamentarian: Kristen Hebert
- Vice President Communications: Ashley Mann
- Vice President Membership: Kristen Hebert
- Vice President Patroness Activities: Wendy Ennis
- Vice President Philanthropy: Heather Dillon
- Vice President Provisionals: Kate Zachry
- Vice President Ticktockers: Elizabeth Ford
Members have opportunities to engage in experiences that build essential skills, such as confidence, consensus and team building, event planning, conflict resolution and parliamentary procedure.
As one of the Three Pillars of the NCL, Inc. Experience, the Leadership Development pillar’s overall goal is to:
“Maximize our daughters potential to be a confident role model by embracing “who you are” which empowers your personal sense of purpose and allows our daughters to be an advocate for others.”
The NCL, Inc. Experience provides a year-by-year guide which is designed to educate Ticktockers and expose them to a variety of leadership experiences and opportunities which encourage a commitment to learning, increased social competencies and a positive identity.
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.
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. We celebrate our history through traditions that honor the past while serving the future.