The Junior League of Phoenix, Incorporated (JLP) is seeking community partners.
The JLP’s mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers, a mission we have been fulfilling for 85 years. Their success in creating, launching and strengthening programs is based on positive collaborations with their community partners.
The JLP can provide committed trained volunteers and funding to help a program move forward successfully while offering our members the opportunity to impact the community and improve their leadership skills. Effective with the start of the 2020-2021 administrative year, the Junior League of Phoenix will have a focused impact area of food insecurity/hunger. This is a critical need that the JLP believes they can effectively address in partnership with other local community agencies.
The JLP has been and will continue to commit 80% of their resources to this focus area while striving to make significant impact in this issue area. Programs are generally approved for a 3-year period but may be extended. They will commit to selecting one program specific partnership under $15,000 in yearly scope and will consider (but may not select) one large scale project up to $150,000 in scope.
The JLP encourages community organizations to submit a program application. Together, these organizations can make great strides in fighting hunger in the greater Phoenix community!
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