BECOME A SPONSOR
The Junior League of Ogden (JLO) is seeking collaborative and strategic partnerships at the individual and corporate level, who have a personal interest in seeing the Ogden community grow. By investing in women of the League, you know that your resources are being put to use with practical and immediate application to affect real change in our community.
By investing in JLO, you invest in the economic and social well being of Ogden as a whole. When you support the JLO you’re helping train, educate, and create civic leaders and community volunteers. Our members have transformed our community through projects like Women’s and Children’s Health Connection, the Ogden Nature Center, and Oasis Community Garden. Our members continue to identify Ogden's most urgent and pressing needs and address them with new programs and initiatives that not only improve lives, but change the way people think.
Last year, JLO members attended countless trainings, raised tens of thousands of dollars that will go directly back into the community, and contributed thousands of volunteer hours. This year, we are well on our way to shatter those benchmarks, but only with your help.
Our Goal - Raise $75,000
The JLO aims to be a source of philanthropic giving, providing education and tangible resources to support programs hosted by JLO and our partners throughout Weber County.
Why JLO Matters
What sets the Junior League of Ogden apart from other nonprofit organizations is our active and growing membership of women who are passionate about our mission and spend countless hours volunteering to improve our community. We are proud to empower women through quality training and hands-on opportunities to engage in projects that create meaningful change.
We have created an ambitious plan to advance the Ogden community through developing the skills of women in the realms of business & community leadership, financial management, and strategic development. We train through hands on work while tackling complex community issues such as access to healthcare, resolving food deserts, and assessing community needs and opportunities. In addition, we are focusing on developing opportunities for involvement in social issues like human trafficking and diversity.
The Junior League of Ogden is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Membership dues, grants, private donations, corporate contributions and other revenue-producing efforts support all of Junior League of Ogden’s programs and activities.