Over the past 95 years of its existence, the Junior League of Spokane has been instrumental in dozens of community improvement projects, ranging from the creation of a public radio station to prevention of child abuse. Currently, our focus is on promoting childhood literacy skills in the Spokane community, particularly among low-income kids.
Some of the Junior League’s projects are small in scale – what we call “done in a day” events. Others require months or years of planning. On this page, you will find links to our current projects and events and see how the Junior League is impacting the Spokane community.
Junior League engages in several smaller-scale impactful projects each year. These “Impact” projects typically occur September through May, and range from diaper drives to hosting dinners for homeless families. Impact projects give our members regular opportunities to connect directly with the community by providing direct support to deserving causes, while still fitting in to our busy schedules!
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A few of our past projects have included:
Cooking a meal for the families housed at Ronald McDonald House;
Creating “reading corners” with books, comfortable chairs, and kid-friendly decorations at several community organizations, including the West Central Community Center, Women and Children’s Free Restaurant, and Union Gospel Mission;
Providing staffing support for Tom’s Turkey Drive;
Assisting with set-up and other administrative support for Foster Santa Breakfast, a holiday gathering for families of foster kids;
Updating rooms at Hearth Homes for women recovering from homelessness and/or drug addiction, including painting and redecoration;
Providing volunteer support for the Cobra Polo Classic, benefitting the Ronald McDonald house; and
Assisting Spokane Public Schools with stuffing backpacks full of information and resources for incoming kindergarteners.