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Welcome to the Newport Mesa Chapter!
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.
For more information on NLYM please take a moment to watch this great video!
Teens from the Newport Beach-based National League of Young Men spent their Saturday renovating a housing facility for Human Options, a nonprofit that “provides safe haven and life changing programs to help abused women, their children and families rebuild their lives – and works with the community to break the cycle of domestic violence.” CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE
The Crowd: The gentlemen's club of the future
Junior class of The National League of Young Men gathered for the 2015 Etiquette Dinner at the home of Julie and Jay Rutter in Newport Beach.
A class of 24 young gents handsomely attired in blazers, slacks, shirts and ties arrived at the Rutter residence for an afternoon instruction on dinner-party etiquette. About an hour later, following the lesson, 26 young ladies from the National Charity League arrived for hors d'oeuvres and sparkling cider. The young men escorted the ladies to their seats at dinner, which was prepared and served by mothers of the National League of Young Men. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Brett Super, Class of 2017 wrote a great article about his experience in NLYM which was featured in the Daily Pilot
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All League event where our young men helped distribute boxes of food and fresh produce to families. The produce was provided by the Mobile Pantry a project of the Second Harvest Food Bank.
All League Philanthropy at the Lighthouse Ministries in Costa Mesa. The young men helped to renovate, paint, organize and clean some of the rooms at the Ministry. The facility is run by Lindah Miles and houses up to 25 live in residents at a time and feeds anywhere from 100-500 people in our community.
School Supply Tradition
All grade levels of Young Men participated in a significant 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 students in the Project Success Program,who would otherwise go without school essentials. The delivery, which was coordinated with the young ladies from National Charity League, 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.
Young Men from the Class of 2018 Volunteering at the ENC
Newport Mesa Chapter of
National League of Young Men, Inc. (NLYM)
formerly known as Newport Mesa Chapter of the Beach City Service
P.O. Box 10514, Newport Beach, CA 92658
National site: www.nationalleagueofyoungmen.org