The Coppell Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. (NCL), the nation’s premier mother-daughter volunteer organization, has announced its Annual Membership Drive and has begun accepting applications from women with daughters currently in 6th grade. The Coppell Chapter is composed of nearly 280 members who reside in Coppell. 


The Coppell Chapter mother-daughter teams volunteered just under 5,525 philanthropy hours in the 2019-2020 year for 24 philanthropic organizations in the community, including The Assistance League of Coppell,  Coppell Arts Council, Feed My Starving Children,  Hope Supply, Metrocrest Services, Snowball Express and Taylor’s Gift.


Over the past year, the Coppell Chapter hosted our District Philanthropy Day promoting happy healthy hearts, participated in Giving Tuesday, celebrated the class of 2020 with our annual Senior Recognition and celebrated as a Chapter at our annual chapter tea .


“We are excited for the opportunity to welcome new mothers and daughters into our Chapter as we continue to create life-long philanthropists who graciously serve the community,” said Christi Greene,Coppell Chapter President.   


For more information, prospective members are encouraged to visit the Coppell Chapter’s website at or send an email to Bindi Patel at

Membership Drive Details:

  • Timeline: Applications for membership are only accepted during the Annual Membership Drive from  October 1st  through January 15th  each year. 

  • Eligibility: A prospective member shall reside within the Coppell City Limits and have a daughter currently in 6th grade.

  • Prospective Member Meeting: Interested mothers are encouraged to attend one of the prospective member meetings.  To receive an invitation and additional information, please complete the membership inquiring link at:

  • Applications: Completed applications are due by January 15th, 2021.

About National Charity League, Inc.

Established in Los Angeles, California in 1925, and incorporated in 1958, National Charity League, Inc. is the nation’s premier mother-daughter non-profit organization. Through mission-based programming, National Charity League develops socially responsible community leaders and strengthens the mother-daughter bond. The core program includes leadership development, community service, and cultural experiences.


Currently, the philanthropic organization has over 200,000 members and alumnae in hundreds of chapters across the nation. Last year, members contributed more than 2.5 million volunteer hours to more than 6,000 local philanthropy partners and their chapters, resulting in a $68.7 million fiscal impact. National Charity League proudly celebrates its 95th anniversary in 2020.

For more information or for Alumnae interested in reconnecting, visit to find a Chapter in your area.