The Junior League of Palo Alto•Mid Peninsula has supported 94 community projects, awarded grants to more than 200 local nonprofits, contributed thousands of volunteer hours to our community and trained generations of peninsula women who have gone on to serve on nonprofit boards and found their own nonprofit organizations.
Over the years, we’ve played a key role in starting several local nonprofits including:
• The Tech Museum of Innovation
• Daybreak Shelter
• The Stanford Health Library
• Rebuilding Together Peninsula
• East Palo Alto Charter School
• Rosalie Rendu Center
In partnership with Project READ at the Redwood City Public Library, providing hands-on STEAM activities for girls and their families.
Short, intensive community activities that are typically complete in a single day or weekend. Recent project partners include Canopy, The Princess Project and St. Anthony’s Padua Dining Room.
Responding to critical community needs in our geographic service area. Community grants are available to nonprofit agencies for new programs, capital expenditures and emergency or general operating funds.
With 16 other Junior Leagues of California (representing 8,500+ women voters), CalSPAC:
The JLPA•MP is committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities. We understand that the impact and integrity of our work will thrive when our members can express their whole selves while living our mission.
The Shop, sells gently used clothing, accessories and household items donated by League members, local retailers and the community at large. Savvy Shoppers know to check here first for designer clothing, handbags, shoes, sparkling crystal, china and gently used home furnishings. Funds raised at The Shop support the JLPA•MP’s projects, services and grants.
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