Partner With Us!
We provide women with training opportunities that allow them to use that training in real world situations. We raise money to develop women and tackle the challenges facing those less fortunate in the Orange County community. For our success, sponsorships are vital.
We may be a non-profit , but we think in business terms!
Our goal is to recruit and retain the best workers: Our 400+ member volunteers are parents, lawyers, business owners and more. Many of our volunteers serve other community boards, and we are proud of the ripple effect our organization has created.
Like you, we are concerned with our return on investment. We want every dollar invested in our organization to produce results with real impact. And like you, we want to see our local community grow and flourish. Last year, our volunteers spent more than 25,000 hours working in our community, as we invested money raised from our fundraising efforts into our training and community projects.
Please join us as our partner by making an annual sponsorship gift to the Junior League of Orange County, CA (JLOCC) today. As we are a 501c3 non-profit organization, your contributions are tax deductible. We look forward to collaborating with you and celebrating your gift throughout the year.
The Junior League of Orange County, CA
Interested in supporting JLOCC? Read more here: 2021 Corporate Partnership Packet
Interested in becoming a corporate sponsor with JLOCC? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss establishing an unique possible partnership. We thank you for your support and consideration.
GOLD SPONSORS AND ABOVE WILL RECEIVE THEIR LOGO/NAME RECOGNITION AT OUR KEY FUNDRAISING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
The 2nd Annual Women’s Conference, “She Is” was held virtually on March 6, 2021. JLOCC hosted five dynamic speakers: Colene Elridge, Owner of Be More Consulting; Nancy Yen Shipley, MD, Surgeon, Writer, Podcaster; Cristie Norman, President of the United Sommeliers Foundation and CEO of The Online Wine Course; Kylie Mazon-Chambers, Founder, Cooking with Cocktail Rings; and Kara Elise, Embodiment Coach.
This annual event is open to all women in the community to learn and network. Topics will range from leadership and organizational development to fundraising skills and understanding community issues. The goal is to build leadership skills in business, the community or the non-profit sector.
THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS INITIATIVE (LBDI)
Launched in 2019, members wear the same black dress for five consecutive days to raise awareness of key community issues and raise money for the League. The success of LBDI represents the power of the League’s reach via social media and member networks.
TOUCH A TRUCK
Launched on June 22, 2019, this event provides a hands-on opportunity for children and families to touch trucks and machinery used in our community as well as meet heroes who operate them.
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors: