JLCD Fights Food Insecurity in North Pinellas

The Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin is fighting poverty through a multi-pronged approach that includes combating food insecurity and a commitment to literacy at our partner Title I schools. JLCD’s Community Impact Committee works to provide 60 food insecure children with food through our Pack-A-Snack program so that those children have meals over the weekend and […]


Why Did You Join the Junior League? I got invited to a recruitment social by a friend and liked the spirit of everybody there. This is such a positive group of women and I wanted to be a part of it. What Is Your Favorite Junior League Memory? I loved working the beer garden at […]


January is Poverty Awareness Month. It is also the month we choose to run one of our largest fundraising campaigns, as it coincides perfectly. The Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is an awareness and fundraising movement that underscores JLCD’s commitment to building public awareness around hunger and poverty in our community. The Little Black Dress […]


When I walked into my first Junior League meeting I was filled with so much nervous anticipation. Would I make new friends? Would I find a place where I could learn and grow? Would I be able to make a difference in the community? Now, seven years later, I can resoundingly say “Yes!” Our local […]


The Hilton Bayfront in sunny St. Petersburg was the backdrop for an inspiring weekend earlier this year with impactful Leaguers. The Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) hosted it annual Organizational Development Institute (ODI) conference in The Sunshine City from February 22nd to 24th. Over 300 hundred League members representing 21 different Leagues and two […]


Why Did You Join the Junior League (JL)? I joined the Junior League because I wanted to become a part of my community. I was new to the area and I felt that the League aligned with my beliefs in giving back to the community. I recently transferred into the Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin from […]