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.


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Back-to-School Kickoff

A $15 donation to the Back to School Kickoff provides one student with a backpack and all the supplies he or she needs for the entire school year.

Plates for a Purpose

All funds raised from Plates for a Purpose will benefit local abuse prevention initiatives.

Cornhole Tournament

All proceeds from the Annual Cornhole Tournament will be donated to abuse prevention initiatives.

Glass Slipper Boutique

All dresses, jewelry, and shoes donated to the Glass Slipper Boutique will be available free of charge to high school girls to wear to prom.

Tee it Up for Charity

Profits from the Tee it Up for Charity Golf Tournament will assist in the upkeep of the Center for Community Service


Since its inception in 1975, the Junior League of Arlington has:

  • Raised over $4 million dollars for Tarrant County Communities.
  • Supported the community through grants, scholarships, and community project funding totaling more than $3 million.
  • Provided a meeting space for over 300 local organizations at The Center for Community Service at 4002 West Pioneer Parkway.
  • Sent 59 delegates to 72 conventions across the country.
  • Placed members in more than 2,500 community nonprofit positions alone, totaling over 750,000 volunteer hours.


The Junior League of Arlington thanks our sponsors and in-kind donors for their generous support. You all truly help us make a positive impact on the community.