Change

Jill Pope Community Partnership Applications Available

Each year, the JLT seeks out a new community partnership project to further our mission of improving the lives of children and families of our community.  The JLT Community Partnership program aims to assist local nonprofits in launching, re-launching, or growing a project through the motivation of  JLT’s volunteer power, promotional power, and financial grant support capabilities.  Priority consideration will be given to community partners seeking assistance with providing women and children with basic needs such as food, clothing, school supplies, and personal hygiene products, as well as those organizations that seek to raise the confidence and self-esteem of women and children.

We welcome the opportunity to learn more about your organization and we look forward to learning more about your ideas for projects and/or programs, in which the JLT could assist you with implementing. The deadline to submit the application is December 1, 2017.

Jill Pope Community Partnership Application
Read more

Done In A Day Applications Are Available

The Junior League of Tallahassee is now accepting applications from community partners for both volunteer and funding assistance through its Done In A Day (DIAD) Committee.  DIAD will focus on partnering with organizations working to provide basic needs for children and families in our community.  To learn more please review the application and visit the DIAD page.

DIAD Application
Read more

Tallahassee Democrat: Junior League of Tallahassee helps local children shop for school

Junior League of Tallahassee helps local children shop for school

On Sunday, members of the Junior League of Tallahassee helped more than 100 local children shop for back-to-school items at its annual Kids’ Boutique shopping event. In partnership with Kohl’s, event sponsor American Classic Agency and CenturyLink, the League purchased back-to-school items including clothes, shoes, backpacks and school supplies.

President Taylor Hatch said, “We are so pleased to be able to help families with clothes and supplies so that these amazing kids can go to school with confidence and have a successful year. Thank you to our partners at Kohl’s, American Classic Agency and CenturyLink, as well as all of our volunteers for making this annual event a success.”

The Junior League of Tallahassee works directly with guidance counselors at Leon County elementary schools to identify children who are in need of essential school items. There is no cost to the student or his or her family to participate.

“Junior League of Tallahassee helps local children shop for school.” Tallahassee Democrat [Tallahassee] 8 August 2017 Published: 1. Print.

Read more

JLT Teen Board Accepting Applications

The Junior League of Tallahassee is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Teen Board year! Applications are due no later than Friday, September 1, 2017.  Applications should be submitted via email to [email protected].

2017-2018 Teen Board Application

Read more

JLT Helps Local Children Shop for School

On Sunday, August 6, 2017, members of the Junior League of Tallahassee helped more than 100 local children shop for back-to-school items at its annual Kids’ Boutique shopping event. In partnership with Kohl’s, event sponsor American Classic Agency and CenturyLink, the League purchased back-to-school items including clothes, shoes, backpacks and school supplies.

President Taylor Hatch said, “We are so pleased to be able to help families with clothes and supplies so that these amazing kids can go to school with confidence and have a successful year. Thank you to our partners at Kohl’s, American Classic Agency and CenturyLink, as well as all of our volunteers for making this annual event a success.”

The Junior League of Tallahassee works directly with guidance counselors at Leon County elementary schools to identify children who are in need of essential school items. There is no cost to the student or his or her family to participate.

For more photos and highlights from the event, visit the Junior League of Tallahassee’s Facebook page.

Read more