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Mother-daughter organization is growing

By Maddy Merritt, RCHS intern writer; courtesy photo

Photo of 2020 and 2021 classes of the NCL Elevation Chapter

Pictured left: The 2020 and 2021 classes of the NCL Elevation Chapter met to wrap donation boxes for Rylie’s ARK. The organization also collected prom dresses to donate to high school girls unable to buy them.

The National Charity League Inc. (NCL) Elevation Chapter is a nonprofit organization that promotes mother-daughter relationships through volunteering and serving their communities.

The Elevation Chapter supports numerous philanthropies, including Developmental Pathways, Clothes to Kids, Parker Secret Closet and the Help & Hope Center. NCL provides many opportunities throughout the year to serve others in Douglas County and make a positive change.

“I love that I get to serve parts of my community that I don’t get to experience everyday while sharing the experience with my mom. I think it’s just really special and not something most girls get to do in high school,” Emily Glynn, president of the class of 2021 in the Elevation Chapter said.

The Elevation Chapter is comprised of more than 70 mother-daughter teams from Douglas County, and it is still expanding. They are accepting membership applications for girls in sixth through ninth grade until February 14. For more information, email



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