Junior League of New Orleans
The Junior League of New Orleans is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
JLNO is committed to Advancing the Wellbeing of Women through the use of trained volunteers providing direct service, educating the community, and advocating for issues that affect women.
The positive change that has occurred in our region is immeasurable because people like you invested in our work. Your support over the years has enabled us to build resources such as The Parenting Center, the Louisiana Children's Museum, the Preservation Resource Center and our award-winning Get on Board training program.
Today, JLNO's Diaper Bank is one of the most visionary programs in our 93-year history. Programs like Diaper Bank, the Woman Entrepreneur Fellowship, and our newly established Junior League Scholarship Fund (supporting non-traditional female students), demonstrate that JLNO continues to innovate to address the critical issues facing our community. Through these projects and the 45,000 volunteer hours we work annually, JLNO continues to be an impactful philanthropic entity. This important work cannot continue without the support of our greater community.
- A donation of $50 will provide a monthly supply of diapers to a family in need.
- A donation of $500 will provide entrepreneur training for 16 kids ages 8 to 12.
- A donation of $5,000 will provide an additional grant to a local nonprofit starting or an expanding a program that advances the wellbeing of women.
Visit www.jlno.org/community for a full list of JLNO's projects.
"I was so worried about where I was going to get diapers for my baby boy today. Then a friend told me about the diaper bank. I am so very relieved. God Bless!" - Diaper Bank recipient
"The Junior League support has been amazing. I feel like it will give us the profits and confidence to make our goals a reality," Nicole Eiden, co-owner of winner Windowsill Pies, JLNO's first Woman Entrepreneur Fellow.