Junior League of Charlotte

Community Partners


As a charitable organization focused on promoting voluntarism, the Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) seeks out non-profit agencies in the Charlotte area to partner with to make a measurable positive impact.  The JLC currently focuses on its Healthy Family Initiative (HFI), which promotes and supports the physical, dental and mental health needs of children age 0-17 years and their families.

Community Partner Open House

Want to learn more about the Junior League of Charlotte and meet our Project Evaluation Team? Have questions about becoming a JLC Community Partners? Plan to attend our next JLC Community Partner Open House in late Summer or early Fall 2017.

JLC Community Partner Applications

Beginning in June 2013, the JLC’s initiative shifted from the Healthy Child Initiative to the Healthy Family Initiative.  Under the expanded Healthy Family Initiative, the JLC will offer education on family health topics relating to food choices and physical fitness and will provide immunizations and physical examinations for children.  The JLC will educate children and their families on the importance of dental health and provide support and/or volunteers to programs which offer dental care or tools for better dental care.  The JLC will also offer support to families and children with mental health needs and to services that recognize mental health issues and seek to address and help prevent those issues as well as programs that serve a population utilizing mental health family services.

Click here for the application for 2017-2018 Community Partners.

Enabling Funds Application

The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. is not currently accepting Enabling Fund applications. Please check back often as the status of Enabling Funds will change if additional funding becomes available. If you have any questions please feel free to contact, JLCProjectDevelopment@jlcharlotte.org.

The Junior League of Charlotte, Inc.'s Enabling Funds are used for the following: to provide community needs where volunteers may not be necessary or appropriate; to provide a means of responding to short-term or immediate needs; or to facilitate start-up programs.