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The Junior League of Tampa partners with community agencies that reflect our Mission, Values and Issue areas through child welfare and education.

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We commit the net proceeds from our fundraising efforts  to our community projects and our volunteer training and leadership programs.

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3rd Annual Sulphur Springs Family Food Fest

This year’s Family Food Fest was held on Saturday, May 7, 2016. This program was initiated by The Junior League of Tampa in 2014 with a goal to reduce the impact of the “summer slide” into poor nutrition and reading loss as children recess from school for the summer, by encouraging the community to focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, along with highlighting the importance of literacy-based activities. The MILO (Mobile Interactive Literacy Opportunity) Bus was launched at the event.

 

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The Sandspur

 

Published quarterly, The Sandspur is the official magazine of The Junior League of Tampa, Inc. Mailed directly to the homes of our 1,800 members and over 400 local businesses, community partners and civic leaders, the magazine keeps our readers up to date on community issues and the programs we fund and support throughout the Tampa Bay area. Our editorial approach, outstanding photography and professional graphic design have helped to make The Sandspur an exceptional magazine with an extended shelf-life.

To place an ad or for more information about advertising in The Sandspur, the official magazine of The Junior League of Tampa, email sandspurads@JLTampa.org.

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MILO Bus Introduced at Family Food Fest

The Mobile Interactive Literacy Opportunity (MILO) Bus was introduced at JLT’s 3rd Annual Family Food Fest at the Spring Hill Community on Saturday, May 7th.
This JLT 90th Anniversary Legacy Project brings books and readers to neighborhoods in need.

Click HERE to read The Tampa Tribune news article.

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Executive Slate!

President: Nicole DeLoach Hubbard
President-Elect: Katie Springman Cappy
Community Director: Laura Everitt
Finance Director: Ginny Daniel
Membership Director: Melissa Knight Nodhturft
Nominating Director: Danielle Dennis
Secretary: Jenny Mitchell-Spencer
Strategic Planning Director: Kate Buzun Caldarelli
Sustainer At Large: Nancy Crane

 

 

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Thank you to our donors!

Net proceeds will support our work to improve the lives of children and familes in the Tampa Community