The Junior League of Toronto (JLT) supports non-profit organizations in delivering their programs in the Greater Toronto Area by offering seed grants for new, innovative programs. The JLT can support both short and long term projects. Applications will be accepted until February 14, 2020. If your organization is interested in partnering with the JLT on […]
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Support the 2020 Chef’s Showcase – the JLT’s signature (and only) major fundraising event! How you can show your support you ask? Make an introduction or pass along a lead for sponsorship! If you work for a corporation, check to see if our event fits with your company’s corporate giving initiative. If you have a […]
On Saturday June 1st the newest members of the JLT Kelsey, Stefanie, Karen, Elma & Brianne along with Membership members Diane & Jessica organized a wonderful brunch at Youth Without Shelter. They served up some delicious chicken & waffles!
On October 7, 2019, eighty JLT members and friends enjoyed a beautiful fall afternoon at the Donalda Club. The Fall Fandango and Fun Lunch, organized by Cathy Labbett and Lynne Cook, was a wonderful kick off to 2019-2020. Attendees had a chance to do some fall shopping, try new makeup trends, and learn how to […]
Junior League of Toronto members who attended the Annual General Meeting in September were able to hear firsthand about human sex trafficking (“HST”) in our community from our keynote speaker, Karly Church. Karly is a Crisis Intervention Counselor, Social Service Worker, and advocate for survivors of domestic sex trafficking. She works at Victim Services of […]
At the heart of the JLT’s mission is its focus on developing the potential of women to be effective civic leaders, unique among charitable organizations in the GTA and throughout the world.
50 Year Members
Dr. Katy Kamkar, Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto gave an engaging and informative talk about mental health at the AGM on September 25.