The Junior League of the Palm Beaches is celebrating 80 years of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Help us guarantee 80 more years of service throughout Palm Beach County by donating $80.80!
One hundred percent of the donations raised through this campaign to celebrate our 80th anniversary go directly toward funding our mission which includes:
- Growth and development of community programs in Palm Beach County
- Education, training and leadership opportunities for hundreds of women in order to become community and civic leaders
- Membership recruiting and retention efforts to grow and sustain our organization
80 Years of Service in Palm Beach County
When you donate to JLPB, you’re helping us empower local women to create positive, lasting societal change in Palm Beach County. Since our founding in 1941, we have:
- Aided the funding and opening of today’s South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
- Helped establish and build Quantum House, a supportive home for families of children receiving serious medical treatment in Palm Beach County
- Assisted in building a 10,000 sq. foot Fun Zone play area in Gaines Park, West Palm Beach
- Founded our legacy Eye & Ear Alert program in 1968 that provides free vision and hearing screenings to preschoolers and young children throughout Palm Beach County
- Provided Cotillion etiquette classes for middle-school aged children for 63 years
- Spearheaded the 2015-2016 renovations of Vita Nova, a dormitory style living facility in West Palm Beach for boys and girls, ages 18-25, who have aged out of the foster care system and would be homeless without this program’s help
- Awarded $30,000 in scholarships to future leaders in high schools throughout Palm Beach County over the past 20 years
- Awarded more than $130,000 to support community organizations through our Mini Grants program, established in 1992
Every year, our members dedicate more than 3,000 hours of service directly in the Palm Beach County community in support of dozens of local community partners.