Together, Junior League women are an unstoppable force. When we see need, we fulfill it. Where we see problems, we fix them. But how can women effectuate change, when we are constantly faced with limits? - Limits in Health - Limits in Nutrition - Limits in Education - Limits in Activity
The Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is our advocacy campaign against limits in our community’s health. For one week, October 1 – October 5, our members will stand united in defiance of these limits. By limiting themselves to the same little black dress for five consecutive days, our members will illustrate the limits our sisters, our mothers, and our children face in Arizona and how the Junior League of Phoenix’s programs improve the fabric of our community. If you’re able to, please donate to my LBDI campaign. Every little bit helps! All funds raised will go toward the JLP’s limit-defying programs such as ROCKETS, Kids in the Kitchen, United Way Ending Hunger in the Classroom, and Kids Cook with Heart at Halle Heart Children’s Museum.