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Nella Tadduni
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During the week of November 13-17th The Junior League of Morristown is launching The Little
Black Dress Initiative ; a social awareness campaign, which will seek to increase knowledge the
poverty in NJ, by asking our members to wear one black dress for a week to:
1. Highlight the effects of a lack of access to resources and to provide the JLM a platform to
share about the work we do to help in these issue areas;
2. Understand how limited resources can affect daily life; and
3. Fundraise supporting the mission of the JLM to promote volunteerism, develop the
potential of women, and improve the lives of women and children in our community.
The Junior League of Morristown has an issue based community impact area focus on the
unmet needs of teens. During these vulnerable years, teens are building their foundation for a
healthy life: nutrition health, mental health and financial health. Poverty limits your resources,
your options and even the ways you can express yourself - making it harder for you to better
your life choices. We impact these areas through our community projects, financial support, and
thousands of volunteer hours, in an effort to fulfill our mission of improving the community through
effective action and leadership.
This is my [[ first or second ]] awareness campaign, and your support is critical to making this
campaign a success. Please consider making a donation to the The Little Black Dress Initiative
which supports our programs such as Colonial Closet, Children Making Healthy Choices, Helping
Hands, and many others.
All money raised will go to support the Junior League of Morristown in its efforts to resolve issues
tied to teen health in the greater Morristown community!

The Junior League of Morristown is launching The Little Black Dress Initiative ; a social awareness campaign, which will seek to increase knowledge the poverty in NJ.

 
The Junior League of Morristown is dedicated to addressing the unmet needs of teens in Morris County and surrounding areas to ensure ample food, resources and education needed to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. During the vulnerable teenage years, teens are building their foundation for a healthy life: nutrition health, mental health and financial health. Poverty limits your resources, your options and even the ways you can express yourself - making it harder for you to better your life choices.

During the week of November 13th - 17th, the Junior League of Morristown is launching The Little Black Dress Initative, a social awareness campaign which will seek to increase knowledge about poverty in Morris County, especially among teens. Participants will demonstrate the limits that poverty has by wearing one black outfit for five working days to:

1. Highlight the effects of a lack of access to resources and to provide the JLM a platform to share about the work we do to help in these issue areas;

2. Understand how limited resources can affect daily life; and

3. Fundraise supporting the mission of the JLM to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women, and improve the lives of women and children in our community.

Please consider making a donation to The Little Black Dress Initiative. All money raised will go to support the Junior League of Morristown in its efforts addressing the unmet needs of teens in Morris County and surrounding areas to ensure ample food, resources and education needed to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle through programs like Teen Alley, Children Making Healthy Choices and Helping Hands.



For more information on our community impact areas, please visit: www.jlmnj.org

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Leanne donated $50 on 11/14/2017
Santina Tadduni donated $50 on 11/14/2017
Ann M donated $25 on 11/14/2017
Great job Nella
Heather donated $50 on 11/4/2017
Nella Tadduni donated $50 on 11/3/2017
Jessica donated $50 on 11/3/2017