Welcome to YMSL Lovejoy Chapter!

Young Men's Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.

Young Men’s Service League, Inc has a National Board of Directors which governs and promotes the expansion of YMSL Chapters throughout the United States to allow young men and their mothers to assist, serve, and support those who are in need in their communities. YMSL members have served over 100,000 community service hours since the organization was formed in 2001.

2017-2018 Hours are due for 2018 Senior class by 4/1/18.
2017-2018 Hours are due for 2019, 2020, 2021 classes by 4/30/18

Registration for 2018-2019 is now closed, please feel free to contact our membership team for 2019-2020 Should I be invited to become a Member of Young Men's Service League I commit to the following obligations:
1) 20 hours minimum per year of community service for both my son and I
2) I (Mom) will attend a minimum of 3 meetings per year
3) My son will attend a minimum of 5 meetings per year
4) Both my son and I will hold a job within the Chapter and fulfill those obligations
5) I agree to the Chapter’s Annual Financial Obligations
6) My son and I agree to the Terms of the YMSL Code of Conduct
7)    If I am joining with a sophomore son we agree to meet all requirements plus complete an additional ten philanthropy hours for a total of thirty philanthropy hours the provisional sophomore year only


YMSL History

 

YMSL was founded by Pam and Julie Rosener who envisioned an organization that would allow mothers and their high school aged sons to work together in support of those in need within the community. They recruited other interested mothers who shared their vision and turned that dream into the reality that is now YMSL.

The initial YMSL chapter is in Plano, Texas , where Pam and Julie worked with other empowered mothers and sons to create a highly successful philanthropic and developmental organization for young men and their mothers.