Through this week, LBDI advocates will wear the same black dress for FIVE consecutive days to illustrate the effects poverty can have on our society. By wearing a button that reads “Ask Me About My Dress,” participants invite dialogue among colleagues, friends, and strangers to raise awareness about poverty.
For immediate release: Junior Leagues of Florida Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking from Coast to Coast This January, during Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Junior League of Greater Orlando, Junior League of Daytona Beach, and Junior League of Tampa partner to debut the Coast to Coast campaign. The goal of the Coast to Coast campaign… Read More
Come celebrate the season and get a jump start on your holiday shopping! Please join us for the Junior League of Greater Orlando’s Holiday Party atWine, Walk and Shop on Park Avenue in Winter Park, FL. Tickets are available for $28 ($25 + $3 Processing Fee) which includes a JLGO Wine, Walk & Shop souvenir… Read More
The Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is a social media driven fundraising campaign that uses the iconic LBD to raise awareness about poverty and its effects in our society.
Mentoring Adolescent Girls to Inspire Change MAGIC provides mentors to young women detained in the local juvenile detention center who await sentencing or admission into a treatment program. MAGIC is the only comprehensive project of its kind for incarcerated young women in the state of Florida. Through twice monthly programming, JLGO volunteers nurture the self-esteem… Read More
Update on Our Efforts As we all react and process the tragedy and terror of acts committed early Sunday morning, the JLGO has been in contact with the Orlando community. As a result of these preliminary conversations, there will be a variety of efforts from short term to long term that the JLGO can be… Read More
The Junior League of Greater Orlando is an all-volunteer leadership training organization for women providing meaningful community impact in the nonprofit sector. If you are interested in supporting our enduring legacy as the foremost provider of civic leadership training for women, we encourage you to join us. For more information on joining the Junior League… Read More
On April 14, 2016 , the Governor signed a bill into law that will address “food deserts” in Florida. Known as HB 153, or the Healthy Food Financing Initiative, the bill aims to improve access to healthy, fresh foods in Florida’s underserved communities. This, the Junior League believes, will also address children’s growth and overall physical… Read More
Interested in learning more about the community programs and operations of the Junior League of Greater Orlando? We’d like to share with you our recently released 2014-2015 Annual Report. Click here to download.