Our Chapter History
The Outer Banks Chapter was started in 2001 by an exuberant and enterprising group of 15, friends whose bond formed through previous church and community activities. They were looking for service opportunities for their daughters, as well as an additional way to bond with them. Because they knew that the tough middle school years were critical ones developmentally for the mother/daughter relationship, they decided to explore the avenues presented through National Charity League, Inc.
The Outer Banks Chapter exists within the NCL, Inc. District 14 and is a major contributor within National Charity League, Inc. as a whole. District 14 performed an outstanding 95,997 philanthropic hours of service in the 2015-2016 NCL, Inc. calendar year. National Charity League, Inc., Members across the country performed 1,243,832 philanthropic hours of service within the same calendar year.
Since 2001, the Outer Banks Chapter has grown to 95 Patronesses and 101 Ticktockers. In 2016, our Chapter will have its largest Prospective Members class ever with 37 potential members.