The Junior League of Tallahassee Offers Nonprofit Partnership Opportunity

Through the Jill Pope Community Partnership, JLT seeks applications from local nonprofits by Oct. 1
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Members of the Junior League of Tallahassee

The Junior League of Tallahassee (JLT) recently launched the Jill Pope Community Partner application requesting applications for its 2022-2024 community partner.

Every two years, the JLT seeks out a new community partnership project to further the JLT mission by providing volunteer support and funding to a partnering non-profit that aligns with the mission of the JLT. Some of the prior JLT Community Partnerships included projects with Second Harvest of the Big Bend, the Boys & Girls Club, Girls on the Run, and PACE Center for Girls, just to name a few. Currently, JLT serves the HOPE Community at Big Bend Homeless Coalition and Capital City Youth Services through this partnership program.

“Through the Jill Pope Partnership, the Junior League of Tallahassee works hand in hand with community organizations aligning with the League’s mission to support children and families by delivering strategic project management, volunteers, and the funds necessary to serve our neighbors,” said JLT President, Katie Britt Williams. “We have had tremendous success in our past and recent partnerships and look forward to continuing to contribute to the Tallahassee community with the launch of a new community partner in 2022-2024.”

The application is open for non-profit organizations to apply no later than Friday, October 1, 2021.

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About the Junior League of Tallahassee

Established in 1960, the Junior League of Tallahassee is a non-profit organization comprised of more than 500 women committed to improving the lives of children and families in Tallahassee.

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