Each year, the Junior League of Miami selects community projects for which members will devote volunteer hours and seed funding in the next Junior League year. Since the JLM’s founding in 1926, more than $2.5 million has been awarded to programs throughout the community. This figure does not include the League’s endowment, volunteer hours or financial support provided by individual members.
To respond to mounting social challenges in our community, the Junior League of Miami is governed by a strategic plan that calls for development of our own flagship projects, as well as partnerships with other community agencies that share our focus on Families at Risk. Resources concentrate on making a significant impact within the areas of homelessness, family violence, child and women’s health, early childhood education and foster care.