With a mission to improve lives in Collin County, the Junior League of Collin County is made up of 1,000 dedicated service members. In their 42 years of serving our community, this dynamic, female-driven volunteer organization has made significant investments in the lives of North Texas residents.
Listen as Shannon Kmak, President, and Emily Moore, VP of Communications, share about the impact of Junior League’s many year-round service projects and their partnerships with local non-profits. Hear a recap of their largest annual fundraiser, the ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Market, which saw more than 11,000 shoppers over five days!
Something which sets the JLCC apart from other volunteer organizations is their commitment to developing the potential of women. They provide extensive training each year for their service members, yielding resume-worthy personal and professional growth in areas such as leadership, business, marketing, grant-writing, communication skills, and more.
Learn how to become involved (8:30), when vendors can apply for the 2019 ‘Neath the Wreath event (5:16), and mark your calendar for Trinkets to Treasures coming up in the spring (7:00), and the Excellence in Volunteer Service Awards.
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- Junior League of Collin County Website
- Junior League of Collin County on Lifestyle Frisco
- (00:51) Recap of 2018 ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Market
- (1:55) What is JLCC
- (3:00) Standout service projects
- (5:16) How vendors can apply for the 2019 ‘Neath the Wreath
- (7:00) Upcoming Events
- (8:30) How to join
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