The Junior League of Springfield is accepting concept letters for its 2017-2018 grant cycle.
- Projects should be fulfilled between June 2018 – May 2019.
- All projects shall support the mission and vision of JLS (see below). No projects shall conflict with the JLS values (see below).
- Projects should utilize The Junior League’s trained volunteers and organizational expertise.
- Projects should be able to be completed in a single day. Volunteers are typically utilized for a 3 to 4-hour period, with one or more project sessions a year.
2017-2018 Grant Cycle Timeline
Step 1: Community Open House at Junior League Headquarters
Thursday, August 31st at 2:30pm
Meet with Junior League leaders and hear more about our partnerships with community agencies. Learn what we look for in partner agencies and concept letters.
Step 2: Submit Concept Letter
Wednesday, September 20th at 5:00pm Deadline
To apply, submit a two-page concept letter with a brief description of the project. Description should include the critical needs to be addressed, number of volunteers needed and contact information. Email concept letters to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject JLS Concept Letter.
Step 3: Requests to Submit RFP
If your concept letter is approved, The Junior League will ask your organization to submit a completed grant application. The deadline to submit the full application will be posted in your approval letter.
Step 4: Submit Completed RFP
Application will be provided to you by The Junior League and must be returned on time in order to be considered.
If you have questions, please contact Sativa Boatman-Sloan, Project Review and Development Chair, at email@example.com.
Junior League of Springfield
Project Review and Development Committee
The Junior League of Springfield, Inc is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Women Building Better Communities.
The Junior League of Springfield values:
- The necessity and significance of women exercising leadership throughout the community.
- Training and education that advance our personal and professional leadership skills.
- Advocacy for issues impacting women and children.
- An environment that encourages diversity of opinions and supports multi-generational engagement.
- Each member’s unique needs for engagement in the League.