Junior League of Collin County offers a multitude of ways to provide assistance to non-profits in Collin County.
Agency Assistance Fund
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. If you are applying for funding, please allow at least a 90 day review cycle.
Primary Consideration and Guidelines for Funding
- Funds must be used for short-term program support and/or emergency needs. Funds may not be used for general operating expenses or regular monthly expenses such as salaries or utilities.
- Public relations opportunities should be available for the JLCC. For example, items should bear the label “provided by the Junior League of Collin County” whenever applicable.
- The purchase of materials or equipment must be made and distributed by the Agency, not the JLCC.
- Preference shall be given to:
- Agencies whose short-term/emergency requests address critical human needs.
- Agencies/projects facing the possibility of a temporary disruption of services.
- Agencies who have not received Agency Assistance funds within the current fiscal year.
JLCC provides an annual Community Grants program that supports nonprofits focused on solving social challenges in Collin County. Our letter of intent process will open again in Fall 2019. For more information, please contact communitygrants@
Done In A Day projects provide quick-response or short-term project support for Collin County communities. The JLCC provides volunteer support for community projects that can be accomplished in a one-time evening or weekend effort.
When nonprofit agencies are limited in achieving their goals because of lack of volunteers, this program provides a dedicated group of JLCC volunteers to work on short-term projects. All projects meet a community need in Collin County.
How to Apply
If you are interested in receiving assistance from JLCC, please complete the Application for Assistance.
Criteria for Eligibility
- Requests will be considered from non-profit, tax-exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code that have been established for a minimum of two years, as well as local government agencies and local school districts. Requests from individuals will not be considered.
- The agency must be located in Collin County or serve residents of Collin County.
- The agency must be governed by a local Board of Directors.
- Requests must be for a specific purpose, compatible with the League’s mission, vision statements and/or position statements.
- Requests will not be considered for:
- Political campaigns
- Fundraising drives
- Sectarian religious projects
- Travel expenses
- An individual or salary