Originally published by Lifestyle Frisco | November 7, 2019 By Stephanie Hanrahan This article is sponsored by Junior League of Collin County. The Junior League of Collin County already provides the yearlong present of inspirational leaders and community change, but this holiday season they’re also gifting us an actual gift market—the largest one in Collin County to be… Read More
Originally published by Plano Magazine | October 9, 2019 | by Daly Rea Nearly 6,000 kids, teens and adults came out for the second annual Plano Families First Fall Fair on Sept. 28 to receive free school supplies; health, vision and dental screenings; flu shots and much more. Free and open to families who reside in Plano… Read More
Originally published by Local Profile. | September 26, 2019 | By Alex Gonzalez Throughout Collin County, many inspiring women are creating change in the community. Across all lines of work, women are at the forefront, striking down barriers and bringing people of all backgrounds together. This year, readers of Local Profile were invited to nominate women for… Read More
What started as a Junior League of Collin County initiative and workshop in November 1999 flourished into an active Council of more than sixty community partners. These member-partners represent all areas of the community, including local and state government, law enforcement, education, faith and social services, health care, legal, and workplace organizations. JLCC and Council members have partnered, pooling resources, building formidable intellectual capital, and pushing forward to unearth best practices in a gallant effort to improve life in Collin County
The Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) provides financial support to agencies throughout Collin County. The purpose of the Agency Assistance Fund is to allocate money to community agencies for short-term program support and/or emergency needs.
Non-profit organizations in Collin County consistently require assistance from trained and enthusiastic volunteers. Done in a Day orders this much-needed volunteer support for community projects that can be accomplished in an evening or over a weekend.
Non-profit Excellence Workshops are developed and hosted by members of the JLCC Training and Education Council for our community partners. They are free and open to the public.
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