The Junior League of Bryan-College Station

Community Grants & Future Impact Gifts

The Junior League of Bryan-College Station, Inc. offers opportunities to provide community direct grants and volunteer services through our project proposal process. Please see below to learn more. 

2017-2018 Community Grants

Applications are currently closed. 

For questions or to get more information, please contact the Community Grants Chair at 

35th Anniversary Future Impact Gift (FIG)

In celebration of our 35th year of service, we had the amazing opportunity to award two Future Impact Gift (FIG) grants in the amount of $35,000 each.  This is only the second time in our organization’s history where we have been able to award monetary gift(s) in such a manner: the first and previous time being in celebration of our 25th year of service, awarded to the Brazos Valley Food Bank. After months of research and deliberation, our membership determined the recipients of our two FIG grants, Family Promise Bryan-College Station and Scotty’s House Brazos Valley Child Advocacy Center. 

Family Promise BCS: Family Promise Bryan- College Station, Inc. provides safe environments where children remain with parents during a time of homelessness.  With funds from the Future Impact Gift (FIG) grants, Family Promise will be entering Phase One to remodeling their facility, Hope Crossing, with new plumbing including sinks, showers, toilets, laundry units, etc. 

Scotty’s House: Scotty’s House Brazos Valley Child Advocacy Center, Inc. provides safety, healing, and justice for children victimized by abuse through professional assessment, counseling, and education in a compassionate and collaborativeapproach.  Scotty’s House will be remolding their forensic wing with FIG funds from JLBCS in order to accommodate new staff members with the increasing number of victims requiring their services.


2016 - 2017 Community Grant Impact and Recipients 

All grants for the current 2016-2017 League year have been awarded, and JLBCS was able to invest a total of $10,000 into local organizations for Done in a Day Projects. The projects included:

Brazos Fellowship (Blessings in Bags) - $960

Brazos Valley Worldfest (Kid's Village) - $580

Bryan ISD (Project Hope and Pregnancy Related Services) - $1,340

Bryan National Little League (Tee Ball Program) - $650

Catholic Charities (Gabriel Project Life Center) - $960

CSISD Education Foundation (Chrissy's Closet) - $1,400

George Bush Library (Colonial American Books) - $1,370

Healthy World Healthy Children (Hard Hats for Little Heads) - $560

Hospice Brazos Valley (Bereavement Bags) - $1,330

The Bridge Ministries (Gabriel Project Life Center) - $850

Special Olympics Fall Classic: approximately 10 volunteers

For more information or to ask questions, please contact