Fighting childhood hunger. Empowering preteen girls from underserved areas. Teaching children healthy habits. Bringing Lubbock children and adults face to face with trucks and equipment and those who operate them to power the South Plains. Providing grants and scholarships to deserving recipients with a passion for helping those less fortunate.
Every year, the Junior League of Lubbock raises hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund projects that improve the community.
The Junior League of Lubbock is always open to those who want to team up to conquer these issues and make a difference. You and your organization can make a difference to those who need it most.
These are those rare occasions when a need is so significant or an opportunity is so ripe, that synergies of vision, commitment, and support from the community all converge to create a project that takes on a life of its own.
The Junior League of Lubbock (JLL) is pleased to offer a $2,500 Volunteer Service Award Scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to voluntarism. Applications for the 2020 scholarship must be received by Friday, February 28,2020. The scholarship award winner will be announced no […]
Community Assistance Grants provide a link to the Junior League of Lubbock’s history. The league originally gave just monetary support to nonprofit organizations and endeavors before branching out into creating its own signature community projects. To honor that tradition, the league offers Community Assistance Grants. Registered nonprofit organizations in Crosby, Floyd, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Lamb, […]
Saturday, April 18th 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (horn-free hour from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.!) South Plains Mall – West Parking Lot Touch-a-Truck is a free, family-fun event where kids get to explore and sit in the driver’s seat (and honk the horn) of big trucks, emergency, construction, transportation, electric & one of a […]
In 2016, the Junior League of Lubbock started the Partner Card project with a $30 card carrying a 20% discount at 25 local retailers for two weeks. During the next two years, the 20% discount remained, but the number of participating vendors more than doubled and diversified, the price lowered to $20 and the time […]
CASA of the South Plains, Inc., Llano Estacado Silver Star Board, Lubbock Children’s Health Clinic, Lubbock Impact, Parenting Cottage, and the Scottish Rite Learning Center of West Texas share in the distribution of $10,000 in grant funding to support their work centered largely around the needs of children and families. The Junior League of Lubbock […]
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