The Junior League of Beaumont is a group of women reflecting a wide range of backgrounds, interests, and professional pursuits, working together to identify unmet needs in our community and work for change. We reach out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in, and commitment to, volunteerism.
We offer extensive training in areas such as leadership and organizational development, community needs assessment, strategic planning, communications, advocacy and fundraising. We offer our members fellowship, leadership development and meaningful opportunities to strengthen the community through volunteering.
The Junior League of Beaumont recognizes the skills of our members and provide opportunities to apply these skills in a supportive organizational structure within the League and within the community.
We are governed by a 12 member Board of Directors and have our committees organized through 5 councils: Communication, Community, Finance, Membership and Planning. Each Council consists of a chair and members working together coordinating their activities. Each council chair is also a member of the Board.
We are rewarded through our involvement in the League with a sense of achievement and satisfaction, in helping, others and friendship and fellowship.
Spinnings is the official publication of the Junior League of Beaumont. It is published monthly from September to May.
Our primary fundraiser features over 100 vendors throughout the southern region of the United States. The funds raised go towards our projects and providing emergency assistance to community organizations in need.
Since 2009, the museum has been a signature project of the Junior League of Beaumont. Our volunteers are looking forward to continuing our collaborating as the museum opens this summer.
Our primary focus areas include self esteem for youth, parenting skills and promoting healthy lifestyles. We believe in strengthening families and providing them tools for learning and growth through education.