Junior League of Indianapolis: Making a Differnce

For over 90 years, the Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI), a nonprofit women's organization, has impacted the lives of central Indiana children and their families. The JLI is a group of dedicated and trained volunteers who believe that together we can make a difference!












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The Junior League of Indianapolis is for all women who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to voluntarism. Learn more about becoming a member.


    

JLI AWARDS $98,000 in ACADEMIC GRANTS

For the third year in a row, JLI awarded nearly $100,000 in education-focused Community Assistance Grants. The grants support programs or initiatives which 1) provide families with knowledge and resources to guide their children toward academic success or 2) equip students, families, and education providers with age-appropriate educational materials.

Read more about the grants

TRUST FUND GRANTS BENEFIT CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

The Junior League Trust Fund was established in 1929 to provide ongoing support of the League's first service project, the Occupational Therapy Department at James Whitcomb Riley Hospital. Today, the Trust continues to benefit children with mental or physical disabilities.

Read about the 2013-2014 Trust Fund grants

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Check out our 2013-2014 year-in-review! Click the lower right icon to view full screen.