Stone Oak

About Our Chapter

NCL, Inc., Stone Oak 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 the Stone Oak area North of Loop 1604, along the 281 corridor, including the Bulverde area. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Stone Oak aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.


NCL Stone Oak is the 270th NCL, Inc. Chapter to form in the United States and the third chapter to form in the San Antonio Texas area.  Our chapter formed with 66 members dedicated to serve the community they live in.

NCL, Inc., Stone Oak Chapter held their Formation Meeting on September 26, 2019.  We have come together committing to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Stone Oak aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving their communities together.


Stone Oak Chapter of NCL is a group of Texas mothers and daughters who reside in or attend school in the Stone Oak area North of Loop 1604, along the 281 corridor, including the Bulverde area.


President Laura Schammel
VP Membership Monica Bridges
VP Ticktockers Tara Zehnar
VP Philanthropy Shannon Pretli
VP Patroness Activities Ana Warmke
VP Communications Alyson Moyer
Treasurer Jennifer McNew
Secretary Sarah Nackos


Lisa Sinn

Kick Off Meeting Group Photo

Kick Off Meeting

Formation Meeting

Formation Meeting




List of the NCL Stone Oak Chapter Board Of Directors:

President Laura Schammel
VP Membership Monica Bridges
VP Ticktockers Miranda Nelka
VP Philanthropy Shannon Pretli
VP Patroness Activities Ana Warmke
VP Communications Alyson Moyer
Treasurer Jennifer McNew
Secretary Sarah Nackos


VP Provisionals

Lisa Sinn and Kelly Fitzmaurice

Nadia Pearson 


NCL Stone Oak Formation Meeting

Join Our Chapter

Membership Inquiry Form

For any questions regarding Membership, requests for transfers or assistance with connecting as a Sustainer, email us.


Membership to NCL Stone Oak affords mothers and daughters the opportunities to participate together in philanthropic work, leadership development, and cultural experiences.

Membership requires a serious commitment of time and service as well as a financial obligation.  Mothers living in San Antonio’s Stone Oak area North of Loop 1604, along the 281 corridor, including the Bulverde area with daughters in 7th-11th grade are eligible for the Stone Oak Chapter membership process.

Prospective members need to be sponsored by a current member of the National Charity League, Inc. (NCL) Chapter they wish to join.  We can help you with this step!

If you know someone in NCL, talk to her about her Chapter’s geographical boundaries, membership obligations and membership drive timeline.

If you do not know someone in NCL, you are invited to reach out to our VP of Membership for more information.

Please click here to submit a Membership Inquiry Form.





You are invited to join us at our Prospective Membership Meeting! This meeting is for the Mothers to attend only.

March 25th 
7:00 – 8:15 pm
Cibolo Canyons Amenity Center
3650 TPC Parkway
San Antonio, TX 78261

See the information meeting flyer here.

Mothers and their daughters (grades 7-12) participate in a program that embraces:

Community Service

  • Meals on Wheels San Antonio
  • San Antonio Food Bank
  • The Teen Life Center



NCL, Inc. Stone Oak Chapter promotes social awareness by considering out local community‘s needs and selecting non-profit organizations to serve.  Stone Oak NCL is currently actively partnering with the following organizations:


American Heart Association

Haven For Hope

Ronald McDonald House

San Antonio Parks

Soldiers’ Angels

St. Jude’s Ranch For Children

The Haven and the Laurels in Stone Oak

Bulverde Area Humane Society


See our overview of the missions of our philanthropic partners.


The National Charity League San Anto Stone Oak is proud to be actively partnering with the multiple organizations to provide opportunities for hands on volunteering to its mother and daughter members.  One of the pillars of the NCL program is community service.  Understanding our community’s philanthropic needs and take hands-on volunteer action to help solve them.

Haven For Hope Logo The Haven for Hope mission is to offer a place of hope and new beginnings. They this by providing, coordinating and delivering an efficient system of care for people experiencing homelessness in San Antonio.  Haven for Hope started with an intense love for others. With radical compassion, we serve people with the respect and dignity that they deserve, because we are all human and we remember that all humans fall and have to get back up again. That is why we never give up Hope.
RMHC San Antonio Logo The mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Antonio is to operate charitable facilities that provide safe temporary living accommodations for critically ill children and their families while receiving medical treatment in the San Antonio, Texas area.  Our goal is to give families the gift of togetherness while providing a safe and caring environment where families in similar circumstances can interact, and lend and receive mutual support.  The Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Antonio will also support other causes that improve the lives of children in our community.
City of San Antonio Parks & Recreations Logo The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department operates the City’s recreational and cultural programs and maintains more than 240 City-owned parks.  The mission of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is to provide exceptional parks, facilities, programs and services to improve the quality of life for all.
Soldiers Angles Logo The mission of Soldiers’ Angels is to provide aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States military branches.  The group supports Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population.
St Jude Ranch for Children Texas Logo SJRC Texas cares for children and families who have been affected by trauma, abuse and neglect.  In 2018 there were 63,657 confirmed victims of abuse and neglect in Texas; 6,439 of these victims lived in Bexar County, approximately 423 lived in Comal County. (TDFPS 2018 Annual Report). SJRC Texas cares for close to 100 children of these children each day from the Greater San Antonio and surrounding area.
the Haven & The Laurels in Stone Oak Logo The Haven and The Laurels in Stone Oak is a senior living community offering a variety of custom-designed apartments for assisted living, Five Star’s award-winning Bridge to Rediscovery Alzheimer’s care program, and rehabilitation services and respite/short stays for those with specialized needs.
bulverde area humane society logo We are a non-profit (501 c 3 Corporation) shelter run by volunteers, working to help solve the dog and cat problems in our community.  We also partner with other shelters and rescue organizations in Comal County and beyond to care for, rehabilitate, transport and rehome homeless pets.



Leadership Development

  • President: Laura Schammel
  • President Elect: Tara Zehner
  • Secretary: Sarah Nackos
  • Treasurer: Jennifer McNew
  • Parliamentarian: Lisa Sinn
    Kelly Fitzmaurice
  • Vice President Communications: Alyson Moyer
  • Vice President Membership: Monica Bridges
  • Vice President Patroness Activities: Ana Warmke
  • Vice President Philanthropy: Shannon Pretli
  • Vice President Provisionals: Nadia Pearson
  • Vice President Ticktockers: Miranda Nelka


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.


Cultural Experiences


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. Activities of our Chapter include supporting local Art, Museums, and Theater organizations.




Johnson High School (NESID) play of the Wizard of Oz

Attended by 2025 Ticktockers


Attended by 2023 Ticktockers


Why Donate

Your donation means we can better support the communities we serve.  Our Community Service page lists the philanthropic organizations your donations would directly impact.

Make a one-time donation using credit card, debit or bank account.  You can direct your donation to support a specific organization or program by listing your wishes in the description on the online form.

Click here to donate.NCL Stone Oak Heart Logo

A Big Thank You

to our generous donors! With your support, our goal of promoting social responsibility, developing strong leaders and reaching more communities is becoming a reality.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is 100% the money I donate used for directly charitable programs?

If you donate using a credit card, the dontation amount is reduce by the 2-3% transaction processing fees mandated by the credit card company.  All other donated amounts go directly to to support service programs throughout our community.

Is this donation tax deductible?

The National Charity League Stone Oak Chapter is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law.  To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record.  We’ll send it to you upon successful completion of your donation.