The Junior League of the Palm Beaches, Inc. has a rich history of identifying unmet needs in our local area, developing programs with impactful outcomes, and forming community
partnerships to achieve our goals. In the 2017-2018 League year, our Done In A Day and Pink Palm programs partnered and provided direct support to many local charities including:
Friends of Foster Children, Little Smiles, Hope House, Teen Mother Choices, Community Partners, Forgotten Soldiers, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Education Foundation, Back
to School Bash, Palm Beach County Food Bank, Red Apple Supplies, United Way, PBA Children’s Symphony, Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies, Special Olympics, and Speak Up For
Kids. Other community projects such as G.E.M.S. (Girl’s Empowering Mentoring Sessions) and Jr. M.I.NT.S (Mentoring, Inspiring, Nurturing, Teaching, Supporting) at the Boys & Girls
Club serve as opportunities for our active members to mentor at-risk and foster care youth.
In addition to developing exceptionally qualified civic leaders, some of our most significant accomplishments over our 78-year history include founding the South Florida Science Center
and Aquarium, building the Fun Zone at Gaines Community Park, and starting Quantum House at St. Mary’s Medical Center. In addition, two of our longest-running projects have
created a lasting legacy in Palm Beach County: since 1968 we have been screening preschool aged children for vision and hearing problems; and our Cotillion program, now Cotillion
Academy, has been providing middle school students with instruction in manners, etiquette, and ballroom dancing for 60 years.
The success of our programs is made possible by the generous support of our members, the community and friends like YOU. And so, we invite you to become our partner in what promises to be an ambitious and exciting year ahead!
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