We are empowering Vermont women by helping them develop civic leadership skills, then giving them the tools to put their unique talents to work in our community.
We are creating real change in the Champlain Valley and beyond by advancing social activism-focused projects that directly benefit our local community. We make a positive impact through effective action and leadership.
To the Junior League of Champlain Valley, becoming a civic leader begins with understanding that local efforts can have a global reach. If you’re interested in collaborating with like-minded women on impactful local projects, you’re in the right place.
This year the JLCV has taken over the Great Diaper Drive as part of our community projects and our goal is to collect 50,000 diapers from now until the end of December 2022. One way you can help us achieve this goal is to stop by one of our upcoming events:
Can’t make it to one of the events listed above because of a busy December schedule? Don’t worry! There are plenty of other ways you can help us achieve our goal, click on the button below to learn other ways that you can help us!
To continue our community projects, JLCV has issued a #GivingTuesday Community Challenge and is seeking to raise $10,000. A gift of $50 covers the ingredients to cook for the approximately 30 people that come to Spectrum’s drop-in center on a weeknight. A gift of $80 pays for diapers for a child for a month. Your donation will help support these and other community efforts of the Junior League of Champlain Valley.
JLCV has no paid employees, relying entirely on volunteers and the generosity of our community in supporting our mission.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!
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