Making An Impact For Over 50 Years
The Junior League of Fayetteville provides volunteers and funding to local non-profit agencies for the benefit and enrichment of the Fayetteville community and the development and education of JLF volunteers. Nearly 200 league volunteers contribute more than 90,000 hours of volunteer work each year to the League’s projects and programs. In addition to the volunteer service that League members contribute to our community, the JLF has provided millions of dollars over the years to fund programs and agencies that improve the overall well-being of our community.
The Junior League of Fayetteville impacts the Fayetteville community with its broad scope of volunteer support providing over 90,000 volunteer hours in the last year through its many projects and programs. The focus areas of the Junior League of Fayetteville are:
- Prevention of homelessness
- Food insecurities affecting children and families in our communities
The Junior League of Fayetteville is committed to training its members to be effective and efficient volunteers and advocates by providing them with invaluable learning opportunities, ranging from leadership and organizational development training to community program instruction to nonprofit fundraising skills. Through Junior League of Fayetteville’s unique programs and projects, members learn how to not only manage and train volunteers, but also how to collaborate with community agencies to maximize a volunteer’s impact and thus aid a greater number of women and children in Fayetteville.