NCL's mission is to foster strong mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to
community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
Our Membership Drive
is in full swing!
We are accepting applications from girls that will graduate in 2020!
We are still accepting Prospective New Member Packets.
To view the packet and complete the form online click here:
New Member Packet
new members are current 6th
grade girls who are entering 7th grade in the fall of 2014, and
Please complete the ‘contact us’
information or if you have any questions.
The Tucson Chapter of NCL serves the following local philanthropies:
||Community Food Bank
||Gospel Rescue Mission
||Humane Society of Southern Arizona
|Integrative Touch for Kids
||Ronald McDonald House
|St. Luke's Home
||Susan G. Komen
||Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
|Tucson Clean & Beautiful
||Tucson Festival of Books
||Youth on Their Own
||Arizona Ticktocker Day
Thank you for your interest in the Tucson Chapter of National Charity League, Inc.
The Tucson Chapter was formed on February 17, 2007 and the 141st chapter of National Charity League, Inc.
NCL is a non-profit national organization of mothers and daughters who join together in community involvement within local chapters throughout the United States. Daughters, known as Ticktockers from 7-12 grades.
On a national level, our volunteer hours totaled more than 1.3 million service hours. Locally, we are proud to say that we devoted over 7,500 hours to our philanthropy partners and community. By having a relationship with our National organization structure, it honors the prestige of being nationally recognized and it provides our members lifelong friendships and networking.
NCL has established core values that are essential to the character and spirit of our culture, defining our underlying sentiment that informs our beliefs, customs and practices.
National Charity League encourages mothers and daughters to learn, grow and model responsibility and graciousness together. NCL strengthens the Mother/Daughter bond during the challenging developmental years of grades 7-12. It also empowers women with the confidence to lead, nurtures mentorship, and inspires a legacy of social awareness and compassion.
This was my second year volunteering at Integrative Touch for Kids and it again, was such an amazing experience. Over the course of one week, I learned so much from being a buddy to a two year old little boy, Aaron. He managed to fill my heart with so much love and happiness! People last year said the retreat continues to get better every year, and now, I totally agree! I was so lucky to participate in such a successful and eye opening organization. -- Sami Romo 2018
We search for charity within ourselves and strive for the graciousness to share it with others.