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The JUNIOR Junior Welfare League
Young, but Strong. 
The JUNIOR Junior Welfare League is looking for 6th-12th grade
girls who want to be Leaders and ­Doers in the Huntington community!


Our Mission: 
Founded by the Junior Welfare League of Huntington in 2010, the JUNIOR Junior Welfare League  (JJWL) is a hands-on charitable club for girls in grades 6-12.  The goal of the JJWL is to light a spark of volunteerism in its young members and to teach them that helping others in our community is not just a responsibility but a privilege. Like its parent organization, the JJWL is grass roots club with 100% of funds raised going straight back to the community to directly benefit our neighbors in need. 

Join us!
Membership dues are $20 per year with the year running from September to June and all communication is via e-mail.  Dues are used to purchase supplies for our various service projects with the remaining funds donated to a cause selected by JJWL members. Members are encouraged to participate in as many service opportunities the club offers, but are required to participate in at least 3 projects. A service opportunity is offered approximately twice a month.

Our members have performed more than 700 hours of community service since the club was founded!  We help at places like the Carillion Rehabilitation Center, Hilaire Nursing and Rehabilitation, Just for K.I.C.K.S., Huntington Head Start, Madonna Heights, Lewis Oliver Farm, Manor Field Community Center, North Shore Holiday House, Tri-CYA Reading Circle, Project H.O.P.E, Starflower Experience and the Town of Huntington, among others.

Need more info? 
For more information about our dynamic group of young leaders, contact one of the JJWL Chairpersons:

               Gloria Palacios                               Megan Butler


               631.487.7863                            516.359.8080


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