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Profile Information

Name of the Organization
Junior League of Greater New Haven
Contact Person
President Kimberly Pedrick
Contact phone
203-562-5076
E-mail
communications@jlgnh.org
Website
http://www.jlgnh.org
Interest
Youth, Food Assistance, Advocacy
Description Interest
Founded in 1923, the Junior League of Greater New Haven is a not-for-profit women's volunteer organization that has sought to effect positive change in the Greater New Haven community by promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and supporting the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Our current community partners for 2010-11 are All Our Kin, New Haven Home Recovery, the Connecticut Food Bank and the New Haven Public Schools.

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There are many ways to contact JLGNH. Visit us online at www.jlgnh.org, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @jlgnh.

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