The Junior League of New Orleans is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) is requesting donations for its emergency relief fund to assist those affected by Hurricane Dorian. Click here to donate. At this time we are not collecting physical supplies for disaster response. We impact communities affected by disaster via our network of existing partners. JLNO has been in contact… Read More
Meet Sarah Peltier, Greater New Orleans Regional Director of the Louisiana Restaurant Association and one of the 2,100 women who volunteer to advance the well being of women and families in Greater New Orleans. JLNO celebrates our members who are Women Leading for a Greater New Orleans, and Shannon is a shining example. She is… Read More
Meet Shannon Brice, Chief Financial Officer for Richard’s Disposal Inc., and one of the 2,100 women who volunteer to advance the well being of women and families in Greater New Orleans. JLNO celebrates our members who are Women Leading for a Greater New Orleans, and Shannon is a shining example. She is one of many… Read More
Diaper Need Awareness Week is an initiative of the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) created to mobilize efforts to help make a difference in the lives of the nearly 5.3 million babies in the U.S. aged three or younger who live in poor or low-income families.
Enjoy a unique, one-day experience giving children and their families an up-close look at their favorite “big trucks” and the opportunity to meet the people that protect, serve, and build Metropolitan New Orleans.
Nonprofit organizations have long been essential threads in the tapestry that is the Crescent City. In its 95-year history, JLNO has played a vibrant role in that story, helping rebuild a city devastated by natural disasters, promoting healthy families, developing the potential of women, as well as educating and protecting the city’s youngest residents.
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