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 […]
Throwback to 2004, with an interview of our JLT scholarship recipients — including one young woman who later became a JLT active. view larger
At their third-annual Monarch Ball in April, DVIS honored 40 individuals and organizations who have made an important impact in assisting victims of domestic violence. The Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) was honored to be recognized as one of the 40 Faces of DVIS. Sheryl Stice Smith—JLT Past President, Sustainer, and long-time DVIS volunteer and advocate—and last year’s JLT President Carissa Cooper represented JLT at the event.
JLT’s pioneering spirit has been an integral part of its history since its inception, beginning with the establishment of the Convalescent Home for Crippled Children, which became known as the Children’s Medical Center of Tulsa.