Tag Archive: volunteer

When are you too young to volunteer?

Good question.

It’s no secret that what we call voluntarism is at the heart of what it means to be a Junior League member. We volunteer our time to create lasting community impact. Period.

But the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Read more

If at first you don’t succeed, try it a different way

Launched in 2008, the Junior League of Philadelphia‘s (JLP) Project GREEN: Using Nature to Nurture was focused on the intersection of children’s health and wellness and the natural environment. Project GREEN was created with three projects in mind: Campus … Read more

Do you plan to study ‘voluntarism’ next year?

Like many community-focused nonprofit organizations, many Junior Leagues around the country offer graduating seniors a chance to apply for a merit-based scholarship. While students typically need high academic credentials to qualify, one other thing makes a successful candidate stand out: … Read more

National Volunteer Week 2011 – a time to honor our own

With National Volunteer Week 2011 upon us, AJLI would like to take time to honor the more than 155,000 women volunteers across four countries who have worked tirelessly and often without fanfare over the past year to improve the lives … Read more