Issue-Based Community Impact (IBCI)
In addition to training members to become civic leaders, Junior League of Greater Alton undertakes an Issue-Based Community Impact project every few years. These projects arise from detailed research on the needs of the Greater Alton region and unfold as multi-year plans to tackle the chosen issue.
We are currently in the research and planning phases for our next major project. Our most recent effort, The Junior League Locker, focused on clothing insecurities in our schools. That project lives on through Mid-Town Moms, so be sure to check that organization out online.
In the meantime, our members will be active in our communities through various volunteer opportunities.
Beyond IBCI, JLGA participates in smaller volunteer efforts throughout the year. We have worked with organizations such as:
- Beverly Farm
- Boys and Girls Club
- Bucket Brigade
- Catholic Children’s Home
- Celebration of Christmas
- Crisis Food
- Easter Seals
- Family Services & Visiting Nurses Association
- Heartland Chautauqua Group
- Lewis and Clark Family Literacy Project (Project READ)
- Madison County Child Advocacy Center
- Operation Blessing
- Police Department
- Pride, Inc.
- Riverbend Head Start & Family Services
- United Way
- Urban League
- Visitor’s and Convention Bureau