Welcome to the National League of Young Men!
National League of Young Men (NLYM) is a non-profit organization for young men in grades 9-12;
this structured program for mothers and their sons promotes the development of young men into community leaders
through leadership involvement, charitable and community service, cultural experiences and protocol education.
Listen to Mary Pat Lucas (National President)
on Circles of Change Radio! (3-16-13)
To view NLYM School Supply Box Project video slideshow, click here
Small Act / Big Result
All grade levels of Young Men participated in a small act of kindness when they purchased brand new school supplies and brought them to their respective fall grade level meetings. These items were then sorted and packed into pencil boxes readied for delivery to local kids in the community who would otherwise go without school essentials. The delivery was scheduled to take place near the Holidays and made for a festive occasion which included sharing a snack, helping with homework, being a positive male role model, and most importantly, the hands on experience of helping other children.
NLYM Young Men at a bowling party with High Hopes Head Injury Recovery Center.
A group of NLYM 11th Graders dressed up to deliver invitations to their annual 11th grade Protocol and Etiquette Dinner with the young women at National Charity League. Hosted in a NLYM patroness' home, the young men and women receive an etiquette lesson in dining and dating and then all sit down for a fabulous 3-course dinner. This wonderful event is a definite League highlight for our young men as well as for the young ladies of NCL.
National League of Young Men, Inc. (NLYM)
P.O. Box 3403, Newport Beach, CA 92659-3403