Our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted by COVID-19 and, now more than ever, it is important for us to be united in community and remain in service to each other.

The Junior League of Tampa leaders are approaching this continuously evolving situation with urgency, with focus and with the utmost care in order to provide support for our members and extended community.

Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the most up to date information.

What We Are Doing

COVID-19 has dramatically changed The Junior League of Tampa’s service delivery model, but our commitment to the community remains the same. We are taking the following actions to support Tampa:

Funding Basic Needs – We are shifting funds to support basic needs of children and families in Hillsborough County.

Staying Home – We are no longer hosting any in person meetings or events. We are encouraging our members to stay home to protect their families and the community we love.

Supporting Our Partners – We are in regular communication with our outstanding partners to serve vulnerable members of the community.

How You Can Help

Give to Basic Needs – In this time of crisis many people need our help. You can support our community by donating to:

The Junior League of Tampa Diaper Bank

JLT Sponsored Food Pantries 

Stay Informed and Recommendations by Health Officials – Our local officials are working hard to keep everyone safe. Stay informed on closings and local orders by visiting:

Hillsborough County

City of Tampa

Florida Department of Public Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

Care for Yourself & Your Family – By staying healthy, you protect everyone around you. We encourage everyone to care for themselves by practicing:

Good Hygiene

Social Distancing

Self-Care and Mental Health Care

Additional Resources

Grab and Go Food Locations for Children

City of Tampa  – Safer at Home Order

Tampa Electric COVID-19 Response

Hillsborough County Schools – COVID-19 News and Updates

Pasco County Schools – Covide News and Updates