Women 4 Women FAQ


What is the purpose of Women 4 Women?

Boston area residents are reeling from losing loved ones, having local small businesses close their doors permanently, and having every aspect of our communities has been touched by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has fundamentally shifted how we at the Junior League can serve the parts of our community, making it harder to ensure that necessities are reaching those in the greatest need.

The Junior League of Boston is excited to launch Women 4 Women, a grassroots campaign dedicated to serving our community. This effort will allow women within our league and community to collect much-needed supplies for women and families across the Boston community. Junior League members will have the opportunity to host pick-up locations in their neighborhoods, which will be collected weekly. All items will be donated to the Junior League’s community partners, including the Jeremiah Program, the Boys & Girls Club of Charlestown, Boys & Girls Club of Blue Hills and the Boston Renaissance Charter School.

How was the list of donation items developed?

We work closely with our community partners to identify non-perishable items we can safely collect.

Can I donate money?

Yes, you can donate to the Junior League of Boston, which goes directly toward the work we do in our community.

The Junior League of Boston cannot accept monetary donations on behalf of community partners. You can also choose the Junior League of Boston as your charity on AmazonSmile.

I am having trouble finding the drop-off location

If you can’t find the drop-off location, reach out to the contact information that was provided in your confirmation email.

How can I become a community partner?

If you’re interested in becoming a partner with the Junior League of Boston, please reach out to the VP of Community at community@jlboston.org.

Can I join the Junior League of Boston?

We are an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. If you’re interested in learning more sign up for an info session.