The mission of the Junior League of Greater Orlando (JLGO) is to train women as civic leaders. Since 1947, we’ve identified community issues and worked to find collaborative solutions to address those problems. From literacy to domestic violence to human trafficking, our approach is simple: through hands-on training and formal learning opportunities, we provide women with the skills they need to improve the quality of life for Greater Orlando citizens.
Since 2010, we’ve focused our work within the Greater Orlando community on childhood health, hunger and poverty. The JLGO underwent an intense research period to identify this focus area relying heavily on the 2008 Heart of Florida United Way Tri-County Needs Assessment and membership feedback. The JLGO has incorporated this focus area into the all facets of our organization and our long-term strategic plan.
To learn more about how the JLGO trains women as civic leaders through our community platform, please visit the links below:
- Our support for other community organizations through our Community Action Team
- Our HIP Kids Events program at the Rock Neighborhood Center
- Our MAGIC program for young women at the Juvenile Detention Center
- Our advocacy and initiatives at the local and state levels
To get involved with the JLGO as a community partner, a member, a sponsor, or a donor, please email our Executive Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org.