Designed to fill a noticed gap, this program allows League volunteers to engage 4th and 5th grade girls in conversation and share information about female development. Normalizing these conversations, allows girls to speak up when they need help.
Kids in the Kitchen is a program aimed at teaching kids and parents to become healthier by providing hands-on learning opportunities, giving access to healthy recipes, and teaching new ways to provide nutritious, family-friendly meals. This program is designed for parents/ caregivers and children.
The Junior League School Supply Train is one of our shining stars! Taking place since 1993, this program provides free school supplies, uniforms, and a new pair of shoes to area children who meet income eligibility requirements.
The keynote speaker for the 2019 Poverty Conference is Jeannette Walls, known for the critically acclaimed, best-selling memoir, The Glass Castle, now a major motion picture.
Read as One promotes literacy within our Longview community.
Skills for Success is a mentoring program aimed at adults, middle school to high school females in need of guidance and mentorship. The program will partner with Forever Friends, a program with Partners in Prevention and Buckner Children and Family Services. Meetings will help to explore different career options, find their passion and give them the tools to help them to be successful.