Junior League of Dallas is committed to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our volunteers and dollars support local non-profit agencies through our Signature Projects: Grants for Innovative Teaching, Kids in the Kitchen, Women LEAD, Community Outreach/Community Assistance Fund, Musical Therapy and Provisional Projects. Additionally, Junior League of Dallas annually reviews and selects Community Project Requests (R&D) which align with our Issue Areas of support to be a part of our Community Program.
Additional opportunities for funding include:
Community Assistance Fund (CAF)
- Available to nonprofit agencies serving Dallas County that have an emergency short-term need that addresses critical human needs.
- Grants are awarded in increments of up to $3,500 during a two-year funding period.
- Jill Scigliano, Community Outreach Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to promote adequate, accessible, and preventive health services to all individuals.
The Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to promote excellence in education and access to education for all individuals.
The Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to promote the physical and emotional well-being of families.
Arts and Cultural Enrichment
The Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to create and enrich the quality of life through arts and cultural enrichment opportunities which are accessible to all members of the community.
The Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to break the cycle of poverty by meeting the basic needs of the economically disadvantaged.
Junior League of Dallas supports efforts to reduce the incidence of domestic violence, child abuse and juvenile delinquency.
2016-2017 Junior League of Dallas Community Program
Arts & Cultural Enrichment
Booker T. Washington High School: 21 volunteers; $23,000
Dallas Arboretum: 63 volunteers; $12,000
Dallas Museum of Art: 53 volunteers; $4,700
Dallas Zoological Society: 37 volunteers; $21,985
Perot Museum of Nature & Science: 86 volunteers; $16,000
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dallas
Communities in Schools: 13 volunteers, $6,000
Dallas Heritage Village: 11 volunteers; $4,000
Friends of the Dallas Public Library: 13 volunteers; $15,000
Notre Dame School: 11 volunteers; $30,000
Texas Discovery Gardens: 16 volunteers, $8,400
Rise School: 11 volunteers; $36,000
Baylor Health Care System Foundation-Twice Blessed House: 30 volunteers; $12,500
Big Thought: 11 volunteers; $4,000
Promise House: 24 volunteers; $19,000
Ronald McDonald House of Dallas: 71 volunteers; $15,388
St. Philip’s School & Community Center: 18 volunteers; $25,000
Trinity River Mission: 23Promise House: 24 volunteers; $19,000
Cancer Support Community North Texas: 48 volunteers; $22,470
Children’s Medical Center (including Our Children’s House): 38 volunteers; $30,765
EQUEST: 45 volunteers; $35,000
Methodist Medical Center: 28 volunteers; $16,000
Parkland Health & Hospital System: 16 volunteers; $22,300
Texas Health Presbyterian Foundation: 15 volunteers; $5,280
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children: 40 volunteers; $10,100
The Senior Source, Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas: 25 volunteers; $26,245
Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity: 36 volunteers; $30,000
Interfaith Housing Coalition: 17 volunteers; $37,717
New Friends New Life: 14 volunteers; $13,000
North Dallas Shared Ministries: 14 volunteers; $35,000
North Texas Food Bank: 31 volunteers; $17,000
Vickery Meadow Learning Center (VMLC): 17 volunteers; $10,500
Community Partners of Dallas: 39 volunteers; $30,000
Dallas CASA: 35 volunteers; $27,600
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center: 48 volunteers; $25,000
Genesis Women’s Shelter: 49 volunteers; $30,000
Our Friends Place: 20 volunteers; $28,700
The Family Place: 24 volunteers; $25,400