The Junior League of Tyler is excited to celebrate
National Volunteer Month in April by SERVING!!!
Volunteers will serve across the community on the evening of April 7th in a new event, a Night of Service. Agencies that the volunteers will serve at include the East Texas Food Bank, Parents Anonymous, Chilren's Advocacy Center, St. Paul Children's Foundation, Meals on Wheels, Boys and Girls Club of East Texas, Alzheimer's Alliance,Champions for Children, the Tyler Museum of Art, and Azleway. Volunteers and their children, Little Leaguers, will also be serving on Saturday, April 5th in the City of Tyler's Annual Trash Off event at Rose Rudman Trail/Southside Park.
From painting to organizing the League volunteers are excited to help our partner agencies complete many projects and at the same time celebrate volunteerism!
We are truly Connecting Women who Care with Causes that Matter!!
Thank you to all of our amazing Volunteers who made Spring Sweep 2014 a success!
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Girl Power Program Receives National Award
The Junior League of Tyler’s Girl Power program has received the Golden Achievement Award from the National School Public Relations Association based on its work with
Girl Power is a project initiated by the Junior League of Tyler, Inc. to develop the leadership skills of 6th grade girls in our community by promoting self-esteem and confidence; health and nutrition, and a spirit of volunteerism after doing intensive research to determine that middle school girls were at a most impressionable time of their lives. Multiple events are held throughout the year targeted to this age group and issues they face on a daily basis to give them the tools to make good choices now and in years to come.