COVID-19 and the Dallas Community

This past year was difficult for many people across Dallas. Along with our local nonprofits, the Junior League of Dallas is still rising to meet the ongoing needs of the Dallas community impacted by COVID-19.

Many of our community partners have started or will soon return to normal operations. However, assistance is still needed. Here are some additional ways you can support the Dallas community and our partner agencies throughout this year. We will continue to update this list as we learn of new opportunities.


Community Partners of Dallas

Purchase one or more items on the Rainbow Room’s wish list. Top needs include diaper rash cream, kids’ toothpaste, boys’ t-shirts (size SM/6), newborn diapers, toddler girl socks and toddler boy socks.

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Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support

Help Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support replace items lost in the flooding and damage sustained in the Dallas Winter Storm.

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Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas

Support Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas by purchasing items that support their mission to provide Northeast Texas girls with unique learning opportunities.

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The Family Place

Purchase essential supplies from the agency’s wish list, which will be sent directly to The Family Place’s shelters.

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Juliette Fowler Communities

During this period of social distancing, Juliette Fowler Communities asks for the following items to enrich the lives of the senior residents and youth of Fowler.

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North Texas Food Bank

Consider implementing a “Focused Food Drive” and gather a single type of item to provide to NTFB. Most needed items include canned tuna or chicken, peanut butter, cereal bars, and canned fruit in juice.

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Our Friends Place

Help young women break the cycles of abuse, neglect, poverty, and homelessness through empowering self-reliance and independence. Purchase items on their shopping list to help them set up their first apartment:

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Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

Due to infection-control practices implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Scottish Rite for Children is not currently able to accept in-person toy donations from outside groups. Items on this list have been requested by their Child Life teams to bring joy and comfort to patients throughout the year.

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