Welcome to our NCR website
New Member Applications accepted March 20-April 30, 2017
for the 2017-2018 NCR year.
The New Member Application form will not work using Internet Explorer on Windows XP. You must use a newer version of Windows or Mac OS to submit the form.
New member applications are accepted for incoming 7th (current 6th
graders, class of 2023) through incoming 10th graders (current freshmen,
class of 2020).
NCR has positions open in the classes of 2023, 2021, and 2020.
Applications will be accepted for the waitlist for the class of 2022 (incoming
To complete the registration
1. Complete the application under the New Member
A t-shirt is required for each son you are registering.
2. Write a Check to National Charity Roundtable
for the total amount due.
The amount of the check will be posted in a
message after submitting the new member application. If you do not see
the message, you will need to scroll up the page to see it. The first
parent listed on the application will also be sent an email with the amount of
the check and the address to mail the forms and the check.
3. Download, complete, and mail with the check,
the following three forms:
permission and consent
Photo Consent Form.pdf
Code of Conduct.pdf
Registration is not complete until all forms and the check have been received by NCR.
Thank you for your interest in National Charity Roundtable!
NCR is a non-profit organization in which young men work with their parents to volunteer in the community serving area philanthropies. NCR offers great opportunities for involvement and for enrichment of skills as young men grow from 7th grade junior high school through 12th grade, on their way to college.
Questions may be sent to NCRTheWoodlands@gmail.com
Thank you for choosing to get involved and make a difference!
The National Charity Roundtable (NCR) first began in June of 2001, when a group of parents in The Woodlands, Texas, decided to start a charitable organization serving local philanthropies with parents and their sons. The Woodlands Chapter of The National Charity Roundtable is the founding chapter of the National Charity Roundtable, Inc. NCR is non-political, nonsectarian, and non-profit in all policies and activities. NCR currently has 170 families with sons in 7th through 12th grades, serving over 40 philanthropies in The Woodlands and south Montgomery County areas.