National Charity League Inc. Star Chapter’s Recognizes Senior Class For Achievement In 2019

Pictured left to right: Back Row: Jasmine Perry, Annabel Rothwell, Summerlee Zavidny, Caitlin Black, Karsen Callicott, Avery Potts, Rebecca Chang, Emerson Rotta, Baelyn Jatzlau, Joselyn Delgado, Sarah White, Samantha King, Abigail Kainer, Avery Guinn. Middle Row: Maci Winters, Rebekah Cornelius, Katherine Jensen, Samantha Jensen, Makenna Donahue. Front Row: Emily Egan, Isabella Wiik, Reagan Kallina, Bridget King, and Jessica Grace Watson. Kim Schaffer Photography

Katy, TX (February 17, 2019) – National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter (NCL, Inc.), today announced that they will honor the Senior Class of 2019 at the Star Chapter’s annual Senior Recognition Ceremony.  This formal event will take place at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square at 7:00 P.M. The evening includes recognition of each of these 24 graduating seniors for their accomplishments and contributions to the community, as well as dinner and dancing with family and friends in attendance.

Over the past six years, these young ladies, alongside their mothers, have contributed over 8,008 volunteer hours at 29 local charities throughout the community.  The Class of 2019 volunteered at The Westview School, Neighborhood Kidz Club, Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP), Interfaith Ministries (Meals on Wheels), The Ballard House, Fulshear/Simonton Library, Katy Christian Ministries, Fort Bend Women’s Center, Oakmont Nursing Home, The Krause Center, The Monty Ballard YMCA, and Willow River Farms, to name a few.

In addition to serving their community through volunteering, these young ladies were also honing leadership skills and developing cultural awareness by planning and attending educational meetings, chapter-wide events, socials, class retreats and cultural events that included the ballet, opera and theatre.

“The Class of 2019 has completed a six-year program designed to foster the mother-daughter relationship through community service, leadership development and cultural experiences,” said Vicki Henley, NCL, Inc., Star Chapter President. We are very proud of them and who they have become.  Whatever they choose to do, we know that they will be prepared to serve, lead and be successful.” The Star Chapter is very proud of these accomplished young ladies and wishes each of them great success in their future endeavors.

About National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter

National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter currently has 321 Members and provides hands-on volunteer service for thirty philanthropic organizations in the community. Members are women and their daughters, grades 7-12. Through this community service, NCL, Inc. develops socially responsible community leaders and strengthens the mother-daughter relationship. The traditional Six Year Core Program also includes leadership development and cultural experiences. Mother-daughter teams nationwide are responsible, dedicated, skilled volunteers actively engaged in local community work in 27 states across the country. To date, there are more than 258 Chapters, 87 of which are in Texas. For more information about the NCL, Inc., Star Chapter, please visit

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 six-year core program includes leadership development, community service, and cultural experiences. Currently, the philanthropic organization has over 70,000 Members in 258 Chapters that thrive in 27 states nationwide. Having grown by nearly 70 percent in the last decade, those Members contributed more than 1.4 million volunteer hours to more than 4,000 local philanthropy partners last year alone. For more information or for alumnae interested in reconnecting, visit to find a Chapter in your area.