The Junior League of Cincinnati was recently featured by WCPO in the article accompanying the news segment about Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. The League is helping to accelerate Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank and hosted a “Bottoms Up for Babies” happy hour on Diaper Need Awareness Day, September 27th. The happy hour was held at Streetside […]
The Junior League of Cincinnati was recently featured in Movers & Makers Cincinnati, highlighting our recent announced partnership with Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank.
(Cincinnati, Ohio) The Junior League of Cincinnati (JLC) is proud to announce their newest program in partnership with Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. They will be celebrating this new partnership and welcome the press to join on Monday, April 30 th at 10:00 a.m. at the Columbia Center (3500 Columbia Parkway; Cincinnati, Ohio 45226). During the past […]
On Saturday, March 10, 290 members, friends, and supporters of the Junior League of Cincinnati (JLC) gathered at the Cincinnati Club to celebrate the arrival of Spring in style with Bloom: The JLC Annual Spring Fashion Show.
CINCINNATI, OH, January 9 – Greater Cincinnati has a new nonprofit with a mission to advocate for the improvement of the lives of refugees, to foster community acceptance and inclusion of refugees, and to construct a sustainable support system that empowers new Americans on the path to self-sufficiency. The nonprofit, RefugeeConnect, has a vision to […]
Congratulations to JLC Member Sara Cooperrider on her recent community service profile featured in Movers & Makers Cincinnati. Read about Sara’s commitment to volunteer service in Sara Cooperrider: pursuing a family legacy of service (Movers & Makers Cincinnati).
Join us for the next RefugeeConnect Funnel Volunteer Workshop!
Congratulations to JLC Sustainers, Shannon Glass-Fischer and Jamie Humes, for their recognition by Venue/LEAD Magazine as Cincinnati’s next generation of leaders: Introducing Greater Cincinnati’s Next Generation of Leaders (Venue Magazine).
In 1997, JLC Sustainer and Past President Reba St. Clair was celebrated as a member of the Business Courier’s “40 Under 40” Class – an annual recognition of business leaders making a difference in the community. See what she and her classmates have accomplished since their recognition two decades ago in this video: 1997’s Forty Under 40: Where are they now? (Business Courier).
Susan Shelton, JLC Past President and Executive Director of Mindpeace (a JLC Past Project), shares her perspective on suicide prevention and mental health in a WVXU Interview on May 11, 2017.