Scholarship Applications Available

Scholarship

The Joliet Junior Woman’s Club Alisha and Ava Bromfield Memorial Community Scholarship honors a young woman who exemplifies volunteerism, strong character, and scholarship within her community.

Applications and additional information are now available. To learn more, please visit our Scholarship page.

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Now Accepting Funding Requests

The Joliet Junior Woman’s Club is preparing to distribute the funds it has raised throughout the 2017-2018 club year to organizations aiding women and children in need throughout the greater Joliet community.

Since 1958, members of the Joliet Junior Woman’s Club have donated countless hours assisting those in need through their service and fundraising efforts. You play an important role in helping us achieve our mission.

The Joliet Junior Woman’s Club is pleased to offer local non-profit organizations the opportunity to submit a 2018 Funding Proposal Request. In order for your request to be reviewed, please return the completed form no later than March 23, 2018 to the following address: JJWCPhilanthropy@gmail.com. Decisions regarding funding requests will be communicated to organizations in May.

In addition to funding requests, we are also looking for hands-on opportunities to help organizations that may need our assistance. If your organization has a specific need for volunteers or a special project needing assistance, we would like to hear from you. Please complete the Service Project Request and you will be contacted by a board chairperson if your project will be adopted.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Best Regards,

Stephanie Lewickas and Katrina Nolan
Philanthropy Co-Chairs

Click Here to Download: 2018 Funding Proposal Request

Click Here to Access: Service Project Request

Joliet Witches Ball a Success

On October 20th, costumed guests enjoyed an evening of fun at the gorgeous Victorian Ballroom of the Jacob Henry Mansion Estate.  Attendees enjoyed music by the Walk-ins, raffles, a costume contest, and delicious food and drinks. “This was the Joliet Junior Woman’s Club’s third annual Witches Ball fundraiser to benefit local women and children in need. More than 230 tickets were sold with over $16,000 raised,” Fundraising Chairperson, Kris Honiotes reported. The Joliet Junior Woman’s Club distributes money to local charities each May. Donations are accepted throughout the year and new members are always welcome.