Remember, every donation made to the Annual Fund makes a difference, regardless of amount.
Partner (up to $99)
Throughout the 1970’s, the JLO focused their efforts on providing equitable legal access and education to the community. From sponsoring the first handicapped bus in Omaha, to providing advocacy programs for youth offenders, and counseling assistance to their parents, the League has shown it is a partner in improving our community.
Jumble Shop ($100 – $249)
For 65 years the JLO managed a thrift shop that took on different names, many different homes, and impacted many individuals in the Omaha Community. Raising well over $1 million in revenue throughout its lifetime, the Jumble Shop remains a League icon.
Curator ($250 – $499)
Beginning in the 1940’s the League has provided volunteers, education, and even donated pieces of art to the Joslyn Art Museum’s permanent collection. Even throughout the 1970’s, the League touted the importance of art within our community by sponsoring art appreciation programs in Omaha area schools.
Recipes for Success ($500 – $999)
The JLO published multiple successful cookbooks to enhance our fundraising efforts. Amber Waves of Grain, Taste of Omaha, and A Century of Serving, kept the JLO in the cookbook business for the past 35 years.
Encore! ($1,000 – $1,918)
Follies, Puppet Shows, Marionettes, and plays have long been a staple in the history of the League. With the goal of bringing joy, education, and understanding, the League has been instrumental in shaping the performing arts community in Omaha.
1919 Club ($1,919 and above)
In 1919 Harriet Smith Whiting, Elizabeth Davis, and Rachel Kincade Gallagher founded the Junior League of Omaha. The 1919 Club honors these founding members. Dedicated to securing the future of the JLO, donors at this level contribute $1,919 or more to the Annual Fund. Gifts may be split over five years. Set up your 1919 Club pledge donation.