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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.
"Wink Goes Pink"
||What happens when a routine mammogram reveals
suspicious calcifications that lead to a diagnosis of breast cancer?
Dawn Schiller answers this question and more in “Wink,” a personal
memoir conveyed with lighthearted humor and affection through the role
of mother, wife, daughter and evolving woman.
|"La Jolla’s National League of Young Men end inaugural year"
The La Jolla Chapter of the National League
of Young Men celebrated its first year, saluting its 49 participants at
an end-of-year banquet May 8, 2015 at Phil’s BBQ.
NLYM is an organization for guys in
grades 9-12 that guides their development into community leaders through
involvement in philanthropic and cultural experiences, as well as
This year’s members volunteered more than
2,200 community service hours that included donation distribution, food
delivery, beach and park cleanups, and helping to build a house in
Mexico for a family in need.
|"Young Men Take a Stand in Domestic Violence"
For women and children who escaped abuse perpetrated mostly by males,
it was an oddity to see twenty adolescent boys standing in the middle
of our shelter on a sunny Saturday in March.
The shelter is in a confidential location and isn’t visited by very
many people, but for three days straight we welcomed an influx of young
men and construction workers who generously donated their time and all
of the supplies to make one outdated unit feel like a real home.
To learn more about NLYM, please click on the photo above, to watch our video.
National League of Young Men, Inc. (NLYM)
P.O. Box 3403, Newport Beach, CA 92659-3403