Community Impact

The Junior League of Collin County provides volunteers and funding to area nonprofit agencies for the benefit and enrichment of the Collin County community and the development and education of our League volunteers.

Each year, the Junior League of Collin County invests thousands of volunteer hours to community agencies and programs. This year, nearly 1,000 League members will provide more than 36,000 volunteer hours to the League’s projects and programs.

In addition to the volunteer service that League members contribute to our community, the Junior League of Collin County has provided millions of dollars over the years to fund programs and agencies that improve the overall well-being of our community.

Community Impact Statement

JLCC disrupts cycles of economic insecurity and family violence to strengthen and advance all women, children and families in Collin County.

Creating Lasting Community Change

The Junior League of Collin County is a driving force behind the kinds of initiatives that make Collin County a healthier and safer place to live. JLCC played a key role in the establishment and continued development of the great initiatives listed below.

Our members brainstormed, researched, fundraised, launched and serve…

  • Juvenile Detention Center
  • Volunteer Center of Collin County
  • Children’s Advocacy Center
  • Substance Abuse Prevention Agency of Collin County
  • Hope’s Door Women’s Shelter
  • Serenity High
  • Plano Community Garden
  • Sci-Tech Discovery Center
  • Collin County Council on Family Violence
  • Juvenile Mentoring Program (JuMP)
  • HopeWorks