Community Grants

Since 1949, the Junior League of Huntsville has given more than $2 million to various agencies and initiatives in our community. Since its inception, the Junior League of Huntsville has been involved in a wide range of programs which address some of Madison County’s most critical issues, including early childhood education, literacy, childhood nutrition, hunger, healthcare access, and life skills development.

To apply for a 2019-2020 Community Assistance Grant, please visit our application page.

In recent years, the Junior League of Huntsville has donated $117,000 of community grant funds in support of the following literacy initiatives in Huntsville/Madison County:

  • The Huntsville/Madison County Library Foundation for construction of the new Cavalry Hill Library Branch – $60,000
  • The Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville and The Schools Foundation for the 2017 Summer Adventures in Learning (SAIL) Collaborative – $15,000
  • Boys and Girls Club of America SPARK Literacy Programs at Blossomwood Elementary School and Jones Valley Elementary School – $20,000
  • United Way of Madison County, Inc.’s 2017 JumpStart Read for the Record – $2,000
  • Huntsville/Madison County Public Library’s Summer 2016 Reading Program at the Oscar Mason Library Branch – $3,000
  • Children First in support of Morris Elementary School – $1,000
  • Village of Promise’s 2016 Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School – $5,000
  • Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater and Academy – $3,250
  • Girls, Inc. – $5,000
  • Greengate School – $1,500
  • North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence – $1,250