Junior League of Martin County Celebrates 30 Years

Learn more about the organization that has been serving Martin County for three decades

Karen Moore, Kathleen Joy, Emily Karr, Taylor Gilmour. Photo by Doreen Poreba
Karen Moore, Kathleen Joy, Emily Karr, Taylor Gilmour. Photos by Doreen Poreba

In celebration of 30 years of service in the community, the Junior League of Martin County hosted a Spring Soiree at the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center. Nearly 100 volunteers, donors, and sponsors joined together on the center’s rooftop to celebrate. Proceeds of this fundraising event will support the Junior League’s current philanthropic focus to support young adults in Martin County aging out of the foster system.

“Our League is so grateful to celebrate our organization’s impact and legacy in our community over the past 30 years, and that so many of our volunteer members—past and present—could join us for such a special occasion,” said JLMC President-Elect Taylor Gilmour. “We look forward to further serving our community over the next 30 years!”
Suzy Karr and Beth Conway. Photo by Doreen Poreba
Suzy Karr and Beth Conway

In addition to its own signature programs and projects, the Junior League of Martin County has a rich history of collaboration with other nonprofit organizations to better serve the Martin County community, including House of Hope, the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast, Indian River State College, Hibiscus House, and more.

The Junior League of Martin County is a part of the Association of Junior Leagues International, a women’s organization on a mission to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training. For those interested in learning more about the Junior League of Martin County, visit the website.

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