About JrFWL


Junior FWL is a program for Frisco-area high school women, sponsored by Frisco Women’s League. Members have city-wide service, social and leadership opportunities that teach personal growth, community involvement and achievement.

Originally founded in 2006, the Junior FWL program re-launched in 2013 with a new structure, new programming, and expanded leadership opportunities for Frisco high school students. Since 2013, our members have volunteered over 10,000 hours in the community.

Junior FWL members have unique access to community events, scholarship opportunities, leadership and skills training, and college application support.

About Frisco Women’s League

Frisco Women’s League (FWL) was established in 2002 and is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting and enriching Frisco and its neighboring communities. Along with providing community services, FWL members also gain leadership opportunities and enjoy participating in social activities.

Our Mission: Frisco Women’s League is an independent organization of women, dedicated to strengthening our community and each other through volunteering, friendship and fundraising.

FWL recently celebrated its 15th anniversary in the Frisco community, and was recognized with November 2017 being proclaimed “Frisco Women’s League Month” by the Mayor and Frisco City Council. In 2014, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce recognized FWL as a finalist for “Small Non-Profit of the Year” and in 2016, we were honored to take home the title.

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