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Click Here to Make a Donation to the 2018-2019 JLGNF Annual Fund

What does the Annual Fund Support?
The Junior League of Gwinnett and North Fulton Counties Annual Fund provides an opportunity for our members and supporters to directly support the Mission of our League through generous donations. The Annual Fund provides unrestricted financial resources for JLGNF.

With each donation to the Annual Fund you are supporting:
Growth and development of community partnerships
Membership recruiting and retention efforts
Training and leadership opportunities
League operations and current initiatives

Why do I give?
To invest in the power of women to create lasting community change
To support women leadership development opportunities
To honor or thank a League member
To support JLGNF’s Legacy

“As a member of JLGNF, we should be the League’s biggest supporters. To me, this means giving not only time and dedication to the League’s mission to support girls’ self-esteen, but also, when possible, financial support to make sure the organization is able to successfully carry out its mission.” -Amanda Masters

“I’m not one to mindlessly donate to any charity organization that comes knocking. I want my hard earned money to be used directly to improve the lives of individuals within my community. I appreciate the fact that JLGNF has a two pronged approach. They not only work to improve the leadership skills of women who are members; they also have a focused platform of improving girls’ self esteem. They do this by championing their own programs in addition to partnering with non-profits who have a similar goal. I know that whether they choose to use my donation internally or externally, that lives will be positively impacted.” -Janna Tucker

“By contributing to the Annual Fund, our members support the general operations of our League which in turn help to support all of our community-based efforts. I believe it is vital for each of our members to participate in supporting our day to day operations in order to be able to continue all of the great work in our community.” -Ashley Shoemaker