Junior League of Champaign-Urbana

Junior League of Champaign-Urbana, Women building better communities


The Junior League of Champaign-Urbana offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities for our community events.  Every sponsorship helps us to fulfill our mission of providing basic needs for school readiness, such that every child in our community is prepared for success in the classroom.

JLCU appreciates the support of all of its sponsors. Thank you for making a difference in Champaign-Urbana!

2016-2017 Fundraising Brochure

Sponsorship & Gift Levels

Sponsorship Benefits

Sponsorship & Gift Levels

Mary Harriman Rumsey ($10,000)
Named after the founder of the Junior League (1901), Mary Harriman Rumsey (Junior League of New York), the first defender of consumer rights as Chair of the Consumers' Advisory Board of the National Resource Administration in President Franklin Roosevelt's Administration (1933).

First Lady ($7,500)
Named after First Ladies of the United States Eleanor Roosevelt, Barbara Bush, Laura Bush, Betty Ford, and Nancy Reagan. All five were members of the Junior League.

Oveta Culp Hobby ($5,000)
Named after the first Commander of Women's Army Corp (1941), Olveta Culp Hobby (Junior League of Houston) was the first U.S. Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare (1953).

Sandra Day O'Connor ($2,500)
Named after the first female U.S. Supreme Court Justice (appointed 1981) Sandra Day O'Connor (Junior League of Phoenix).

Julia McWilliams Child ($1,000)
Named after chef Julia McWilliams Child (Junior League of Pasadena), author of Mastering the Art of French Cooking. 

Eudora Welty ($750)
Named after author Eudora Welty (Junior League of Jackson, MS), Pulitzer prize winner for The Optimist's Daughter (1972). 

Margaret Chase Smith ($500)
Named after Margaret Chase Smith (Junior League of Bangor, ME), the first woman elected to the Senate.

Katharine Hepburn ($250)
Named after actress Katharine Hepburn (Junior League of Hartford, CT).

Sarah Palfrey Cook Danzig ($100)
Named after two-time Wimbledon champion Sarah Palfrey Cook Danzig (Junior League of The City of New York).

2016-2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

Festival of Trees
Be a part of a Champaign County tradition, and join us for our 20th Annual Festival of Trees. Win raffle and silent auction prizes, and shop the holiday gift gallery.
Sponsor Festival of Trees

Daddy-Daughter Dance
Nothing is sweeter than the bond between a dad and his daughter. The Daddy-Daughter Dance is a signature event during our annual Festival of Trees.

Brunch with Santa & Mrs. Claus
Back by popular demand, enjoy brunch and a memory-filled morning for the whole family as your little ones get to meet Santa & Mrs. Claus during our annual Festival of Trees.

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