On March 2nd, the Resonance Center for Women’s Take 2 Café opened in downtown Tulsa, a crowning achievement not only for Resonance but also for the Junior League of Tulsa.
Each year, the Impact Committee of the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) provides assistance to hundreds of women, children, and families by partnering with local nonprofits to assist with done-in-a-day projects. Now in its 10th year of existence, the committee and its 34 members are dedicated to making a difference in the community.
The President’s Society, formed in 2014–15, offers members and sustainers a unique way to support an organization that is focused on transforming the lives of women and children in transition.
As you’re Christmas shopping, be sure to do #2 on this list to give to JLT for free!
Discover how JLT is making an impact in our community through Harvest Market.
Scholarship is an important part of the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT’s) work in the community. Each year, the Junior League hosts our Mentorship Luncheon—an occasion to honor the impact of mentorship and scholarship in developing exceptional women leaders. The Mentorship Luncheon also marks an opportunity for the League to honor its annual scholarship recipients. […]
In February 2006, Paul Harris writing for The Guardian highlighted Tulsa as representative of poverty in the United States. “Oklahoma is in America’s heartland,” he says. “Tulsa looks like picture-book Middle America. Yet there is hunger here. When it comes to the most malnourished poor in America, Oklahoma is ahead of any other state.” Read more about the extent of poverty in Tulsa and the Junior League of Tulsa’s efforts to assist local women and children in need.