The Junior League of Raleigh prides itself on being an active part of the community. While a substantial part of our efforts directly impact members of the community, we also partner with other agencies to help with their community efforts.
For example, we provide training and leadership development opportunities with our Capital Leadership Initiative. This dynamic program provides women in our community with leadership training they can use at work, home or in the community.
The strength and size of the League’s membership also allows us to support other agencies with their own projects. JLR’s Quick Impact team provides hands-on help to other community agencies with short-term projects or events. Likewise, JLR board members are available to provide leadership and guidance to other community agency boards.
Not all community groups have dedicated meeting and training space. To fill that need, the Julia Jones Daniels Center for Community Leadership, the League’s headquarters, is available for public use by other nonprofits and organizations. Meeting and trianing space is available at reasonable rates.