Focus on Membership
Become a Member
Engage in Your Community
Build Lasting Friendships
Develop the Leader in You
Membership in the JLPA•MP is open to all women over the age of 21 regardless of race, religion or national origin, who are interested in community service.
Email us for more information, or check out these additional online resources: Visit our Join page for more information on membership. You may also download our Registration Packet or register to become a member via our online registration form (the deadline for our Spring class is December 31, 2014.
Click the links for more information or to sign up.
Done in a Day Projects
Making an Immediate Impact
Done in a Day projects focus on short, intensive community activities that are typically completed in a single day or weekend. The Done in a Day Committee has several projects coming up, click the link for more details or to sign up:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 7:30-11:00 AM
MENLO PARK FIRE DISTRICT, 300 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park
The Pancake Breakfast is open to the public with no reservation needed (unless you are signing up to volunteer). We hope you'll join us!
Sustainers, Please Join Us
Friday, October 17
11:30 AM Social and Shop The Shop
12:30 p.m. Luncheon
Garden Court Hotel, Palo Alto
This is going to be a fun event, with a welcome to new Sustainers, a salute to our Sustainer Emeritae, and a delicious lunch. Cost is $50. Click here to Register.
Spring 2014 Piper
The latest issue of Piper is sure to put a Spring in your step as we take a look at the JLPA•MP's amazing contributions within our community, both recent and historic. Did you know we've nurtured nearly 100 community projects since our founding? Or that our Done in a Day volunteers logged nearly 1,000 hours this year?
In this Community Impact issue, you'll find:
- An update on six past JLPA•MP community projects that have gone on to achieve remarkable success after "leaving the nest."
- A look at the 11 nonprofits selected to receive $50,000 in League grant money – and the impact those dollars will have.
- A peek behind the scenes of SPAC, and insights into what inspired four of our members to go into public service (hint: all that League training didn't hurt!).
- A window into the future of our community work – just what exactly is "Issue-Based Community Impact"?
Check out those features – and much more – HERE.