The Junior League of Arlington makes a difference in the community by providing trained volunteers to non-profit agencies. The following community agencies have been selected to receive Junior League volunteers for 2017 – 2018.


The Alliance for Children provides services for victims of child abuse in the Tarrant County area through teamed investigations, healing services, and community education. The Group Sibling Facilitator project provides free alternative childcare options for families that are attending group counseling sessions. Facilitators lead activities for siblings during group counseling sessions. This program is offered throughout the year. Sibling age groups range from babies to teenagers.


The Center for Transforming Lives works to move women, children, and families from poverty to independence by providing financial empowerment coaching. Through Financial Empowerment Services, clients are taught to be financially stable, to create and manage budgets, to establish and maintain savings accounts, and to ultimately reach goals such as buying a home or paying for college.


SafeHaven is the largest and most comprehensive agency in Tarrant County providing services at no cost to domestic violence victims. The mission of SafeHaven is to end domestic violence through safety, support, prevention, and social change.

SafeHaven provides victims of domestic violence and their children with services that move families from stages of crisis to safety and, moreover, to independence and self-actualization.


Do you need volunteers or funds? Let us help! See below to learn more about our three types of partnership applications


Does your agency have an upcoming event or special project that requires experienced volunteers? Make a request for the assistance of JLA trained volunteers! Done in a Day (DIAD) is intended to respond to communal needs that can be completed on a short-term basis, or within one day. The Junior League of Arlington does not provide any supplies or funding for such projects, only volunteers.


The Junior League of Arlington (JLA) makes a difference in the community by providing trained volunteers to nonprofit agencies that align with our focus area. Some of the agencies also receive funding for important projects. Your organization must be a 501(c)(3) or government entity and your proposal must include volunteer opportunities for our members to serve at least 60 hours.


The Junior League of Arlington provides emergency funding for critical, short-term needs of nonprofit agencies in the city of Arlington and surrounding communities. Through this fund, agencies are able to receive immediate funding to ensure that service to their clients continues without interruption. If your 501(c)(3) has an urgent need for assistance, please complete the application below. Applications are reviewed monthly.

If you have questions, please contact the Research and Development Chair, Erin McMurtrey, at research.development@­