Are you, or do you know, a young woman living in Stark County who would like to make a difference? Do you have a great idea for a project, but lack the resources to accomplish that project? As an integral part of our mission, The Junior League of Stark County aims to not only improve communities, but also to promote voluntarism and develop the potential of women. To that end, we are pleased to announce a new JLSC initiative:  A Junior Leaders Community Service Grant, designed to assist young women in grades Kindergarten through 12 to realize their dreams of helping those in need in their local communities. 

Applications for this year are now closed. Stay tuned for information this summer for an application and more information.

Congratulations to the students chosen to receive the 2016-2017 Junior Leaders Community Service Grants! This year 3 Stark County girls have been awarded a total of $5,000 to fund service projects to benefit the community.
Lily Wahl from Jackson Memorial Middle School will use funds to help purchase books for Jayani’s Treasure Chest with The Aultman Foundation.
Ruby Beisert from Jackson Memorial Middle School will create care packages for the homeless at Refuge of Hope in Canton.
Claudia Pedro from Massillon Washington High School will work with the Boys and Girls Club of Massillon to create a sensory room to provide therapeutic help to students with sensory processing disorders who spend time at the Club.