How to Become a Member

Membership enrollment for the 2017-2018 League year is now open! You can join online.

We encourage you to attend one of our new member information sessions.

June 8 or July 13 at 6:30 PM at at Lupe Tortilla in Sugar Land

FBJSL is widely recognized and respected in Fort Bend County for improving the community through both our direct service and fundraising efforts.  Over the last 15 years, FBJSL has raised $3.4-million and given grants to more than 60 Fort Bend County agencies. In the past five years alone, we have been able to give away $1.5-million. In the 2015-2016 League year, we raised more than $300,000 and donated nearly 10,000 hours of service.

New Member – Provisional (21 -49 years of age):

Candidates are placed in a Provisional Class led by the Director of New Members and Provisional Mentors who are dedicated to teaching them about the Fort Bend Junior Service League. Provisional meetings are structured to offer training, provide information about how the League operates, answer questions and develop friendships.

Requirements:

Meetings
* New Member Luncheon
* Monthly Provisional Meetings and General Membership meetings (We understand that life happens, so you are allowed to miss up to 3 of these meetings.)

Service
Complete fifty-four (54) hours of volunteering with League-designated agencies (an average of only 6 hours per month, from Sept – May).
Volunteer at Sugar Plum Market
Participate in two (2) Provisional Projects, designed to help you get to know your fellow Provisional members.

Fees
Annual Dues $125.00
Provisional Fee $50.00
FBJSL Fundraising Requirement – procure a donation with a minimum value of $75, due on or before the January General Meeting. (You may donate funds directly in lieu of an item.)

If you have any questions regarding provisional or transfer membership, please email our Director of New Members.