The National Charity League, Inc., Livermore Chapter welcomes prospective new members to apply to join for the 2020-2021 year. National Charity League, Inc., the oldest and largest mother-daughter volunteer organization in the nation, gives mothers and daughters unique opportunities to strengthen their bond while growing together, sharing of themselves and improving their communities. It is the only nonprofit national organization committed to fostering the mother-daughter relationship through philanthropic, leadership and cultural activities together and with their peers.

To be eligible for membership in the new NCL Chapter, daughters must reside or go to school in Livermore and be entering 7th - 10th grades for the 2020-2021 school year.

Currently, the Livermore Chapter, established in 2015, has 202 members, which includes 95 mothers and 107 daughters who volunteer with over 30 philanthropic organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Open Heart Kitchen, Exceptional Needs Network, The Taylor Family Foundation and Sunflower Hill.

“Belonging to NCL Livermore has been a great way for my daughter and me to connect with our community,” said Julie Holm, chapter president. “Serving our local charities has allowed us to strengthen our relationship with each other, our members and our community, as we both explore what it means to lead and serve simultaneously. I welcome the opportunity to share this experience with more Livermore mothers and daughters.”

To learn more, contact Kim Chandler at