What We Do

The Junior League of Martin County (JLMC) acts as a catalyst for positive change in Martin County through advocacy, direct service, public education and fundraising. We provide resources, knowledge and funding through the training, education and volunteerism of our members. The JLMC serves as a much-needed volunteer resource and improves communities through partnerships with numerous non-profit organizations. We seek to meet community needs and work passionately to address a wide variety of issues. Our signature fundraising event helps us fund our projects to ensure lasting, positive change.

Community Impact

Every year the Junior League of Martin County (JLMC) researches unmet needs within the Community and develops projects to address the need with lasting impact. Some of our most recent projects have included:
Our Recent Community Impact: 
  • 2,000+ Hours volunteered, valued at $40,000
  • Over 200 meals provided to homeless people through Tent City Helpers
  • Over 1,200 books donated to teachers in need of reading-level appropriate books
  • 50 foster children received toys for Christmas
  • Donated 20 bikes to children through United Way's White Doves
  • 20 families received turkeys & fixings for Thanksgiving
  • $30K raised for projects to further address community needs