About our Chapter

The Northeast Atlanta Chapter of National Charity League, Inc.’s mission is to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development, and cultural experiences.

The Chapter was established in 2010 and chartered in 2012.We were the 162nd Chapter in the United States and 5th in the Atlanta area. We currently have around 220 members that include daughters — referred to as Ticktockers, mothers — referred to as Patronesses and Sustainers, which are those who have daughters that have graduated.

With the guidance of the National organization each NCL, Inc. Chapter develops its own six-year plan, which includes a variety of age-appropriate and meaningful programming options Ticktockers, as well as for Patronesses.

Each grade level is organized by officers and coached by the Patronesses acting as the Grade Level Advisers.  Under this guidance, Ticktockers learn to plan and run their own meetings and grade-level events.  The activities designated on the six-year NCL Experience are designed to communicate NCL’s three pillars:  Community Service, Leadership Development, and Cultural Experiences.

In addition to working closely with the ticktockers and supporting our local communities, all Patronesses hold a Chapter job each year and actively participate as leaders in the operational success of the Chapter.