Community Assistance Grants

Junior League of Indianapolis Community Assistance Grants prepare students for academic success by providing families with knowledge and resources to guide their children toward academic success and/or those that equip students, families and education providers with age-appropriate educational materials.

More information about our 2014-2015 Community Assistance Grant recipients can be found by clicking here.

               

Trust fund grant applications due march 4

Junior League of Indianapolis Trust Fund grants will be awarded to financially sound nonprofit organizations classified as 501c(3) organizations with projects or initiatives serving mentally and/or physically disabled children in Marion County.  Each recipient is eligible to request up to $5,000 in funding.  

The application is now available on our Trust Fund Grants page. Applications are due by 4 pm on March 4, 2015.



INTERESTED IN MEMBERSHIP?

If you love volunteering and are interested in working with other committed women, the Junior League of Indianapolis may be for you! The Junior League empowers women through training and development to take action in their communities. 

Community Impact

Whether you work directly on a community project or in a support role such as fundraising, marketing, membership development, or training, you will see the community impact that the women of the JLI make by working together.

Personal Impact

As a member of the Junior League of Indianapolis, you will develop your potential, make new friends, and find a volunteer placement just right for you - something that you are passionate about and works with your schedule.

Learn more about membership

  • Prospective Member Events

    RSVP to recruitment@jlindy.org

    Stay tuned for upcoming events!

  • Membership Application

    Due May 1, 2015
    Complete an online membership application to join the 2015-2016 new member class.

BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES

The Junior League of Indianapolis is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Since 1922, we have implemented a number of notable projects in Indianapolis and surrounding counties and have trained thousands of women to be effective civic leaders and volunteers. Learn more about us

We have a long history of improving health and education of children and their families. With education being a key issue in our community right now, we are focusing on preparing students for academic success. Learn more about current projects