In support of Hunger Action Month, the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma (Food Bank) held several activities throughout September to raise awareness of food insecurity. The Food Bank challenged participants with “30 Ways (to fight hunger) in 30 Days.” A Family Night at the Food Bank was held, where children as young as eight […]
The Junior League of Tulsa, Inc.’s (JLT) mission is committed to both the community and its members. In a continued effort to provide members with opportunities to become more engaged in the League, the JLT Social and Hospitality Committee is encouraging all members, including Provisionals and Sustainers, to join its affinity groups for the 2017-2018 […]
The Junior League of Tulsa, Inc.’s (JLT) 95th year is almost underway! The Membership Council is looking forward to another great year with all of JLT’s members. A new year offers the chance for JLT to welcome in a new provisional class and for active and sustaining members to think back to why they joined […]
The Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) identifies critical and emerging unmet needs in the community each year and develops programs to fill those gaps. Through leadership, volunteer training, and fundraising, JLT works to make each project self-supporting within three years. Once a new program has been launched and turned over to its own management, JLT […]
The first General Membership Meeting (GMM) of the 2017-18 year of Junior League of Tulsa, Inc. (JLT) was September 20, 2017 at JLT headquarters. Joy Hofmeister, current State Superintendent of Public Instruction for Oklahoma was our speaker. Joy Hofmeister was sworn in as Oklahoma’s 14th State Superintendent on January 12, 2015. As Superintendent, Hofmeister’s goals […]
Meet Founders’ Scholarship recipient Te’a Williams and find out how she’s committed to voluntarism and excellence!
JLT is partnering with the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to serve meals to local elementary schools. Learn more about this first-year Committee and hear what upcoming program they’re most excited about!
For its second year, the Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI)—a poverty awareness campaign to make poverty unfashionable— encouraged members of the Junior League Tulsa (JLT), along with the Greater Tulsa and surrounding areas, to participate and illustrate the effects poverty can have on women. Women wore the same little black dress, and men wore the same black […]
The Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, along with the Training and Education Committee, partnered with past JLT President Dr. Brenda Lloyd-Jones to bring League participation to the Poverty Simulation hosted by Dr. Lloyd-Jones and OU Tulsa.
The Retail Store Committee, previously called the Social Venture Committee, was created to work with the Tulsa City-County Library (TCCL) to develop a business plan for a retail store. The store will operate within one of the TCCL homework tutoring sites, the first to be operating outside of a library and within a retail shopping […]