The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas has over 200 trained volunteers that contribute volunteer hours and help raise funds to support our community projects and partners to raise awareness about domestic violence in Northwest Arkansas.
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The Junior League emphasizes the training of women in volunteer service and developing their potential to act as community leaders. This commitment to training serves the needs of our League, as well as our community partners in the fight against domestic violence.Learn More
This year’s Touch-a-Truck will feature crowd favorites– dozens of vehicles that kids (and kids-at-heart) can explore. Vehicles you can expect to see include construction equipment, safety and transportation vehicles, motorcycles, tractors and much more. There will also be special appearances and activities including mascots, costumed characters, fingernail painters, face painters, and building projects, just to name a few.Learn More
2023 – 2024 New Member Class are currently open.
New member applications will be due by May 1, 2023 @ 11:59 pm. If you have any questions or want to learn about upcoming recruitment events, email email@example.com.
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The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas is an organization of women whose Mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.
Reaching Out Statement
The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins, who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism.
Join us for the 2023 JLNWA Touch-a-Truck event! Saturday, April 29, 2023 9am to 10am quiet hour for children with sensory needs 10am to 2pm general admission ***** NEW LOCATION ***** Northwest Arkansas Mall 4201 N. Shiloh Drive Fayetteville, AR 72703 This year’s Touch-a-Truck will feature crowd favorites– dozens of vehicles that kids (and kids-at-heart) […]
What is the Little Black Dress Campaign?
Each October, the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas participates in the “Little Black Dress Initiative” to bring awareness to domestic violence and symbolize just some of the struggles survivors and family members in this situation may have. Participants raise awareness around the limits that domestic violence can play on resources, options, and opportunities for employment; and the work that JLNWA is doing to help end the cycle of domestic violence by wearing the same black dress or outfit for five consecutive working days.
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