Join Us on March 30th, 2019 for an Incredible Evening!

The Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club is proud to present Color Your World! A portion of the proceeds from this incredible evening will benefit Jeremiah’s Place and our mission to protect children and strengthen families by providing a safe haven of respite, health, renewal, and support for children and families during times of crisis.

Join us on March 30th, 2019 at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh for what is sure to be a memorable night! Click here for more information and to purchase your ticket today!

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More about the Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club

Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club (MLJWC) was founded in 1968 by ten civic-minded women, and our goal is to continue their legacy of giving back to our community through civic, philanthropic, and social activities. We focus our efforts on supporting organizations that improve the lives of women and children.

MLJWC is a dynamic group of women accomplished in career, family, and community involvement and includes about 80 members each year. Membership in MLJWC is open to women living in Mount Lebanon and surrounding communities whose interests are consistent with the purpose of our organization.

MLJWC offers dozens of committees and activities that are open to all members, including Book Club, Community Outreach, Playgroups, Happy Hour, and Dinner Club. Over the past 49 years, MLJWC has donated more than $700,000 to local charities and organizations through our various fundraising efforts.

Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club seeks to:

  • Make a difference in the community with financial support
  • Lend a hand in the community through a variety of philanthropic projects
  • Join women together to enjoy educational, civic and social opportunities
  • Welcome new members to join current members in this worthwhile club

More about Jeremiah’s Place

Jeremiah’s Place provides emergency care for children ages 0-6 for a few hours or a few days based on the needs of the family. Our primary focus at Jeremiah’s place is to keep children safe and to provide a safe and supportive solution for families in need. Jeremiah’s Place is conveniently located in the East Liberty section of Pittsburgh and is staffed by trauma informed caregivers and socials workers. All services provided by Jeremiah’s Place a free, available 24 hours a day, and most importantly, judgment free.