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With your support, Junior League of Wichita can continue to be the driving force behind the kinds of initiatives and institutions that make our community a healthier, more vital place to live.

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Trash Bag Handbag

When a child is removed from the home in police protective custody (and often in subsequent moves within the system) their belongings are put in trash sacks. We will be raising money for duffel bags and essential items such as clothing, journals, and comfort items. These bags will be distributed to local agencies and hospitals through ICT SOS. Funds will be collected through a landing page at jlwichita.org. Support as well as cash / checks (made out to Junior League of Wichita) to Headquarters and via Campaign Ambassadors. Each bag typically contains between $75-100 worth of goods (Bag, clothing, comfort items, hygiene items, gift card).

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Trash Bag Handbag - Ambassador Annette Lawless

Emmy and Murrow-award winning journalist Annette Lawless joined KAKE News as an anchor and reporter in August 2013. You can catch her on Good Morning Kansas Saturday and Sunday at 6 and 8 a.m. and on Good Morning Kansas Monday through Wednesday 4:30-7 a.m. She's often featured on Good Morning KAKEland. In the summer of 2018, Annette launched Missing in Kansas, an investigative series sharing a missing person’s story every day, including the dozens of Kansas runways reported every day.

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Trash Bag Handbag - Ambassador Susan Oliver Estes

Susan Oliver Estes is a former educator, business development specialist and advocate who has worked with many local organizations to help fill the needs of and enhance our community. She’s joining Junior League of Wichita for the third year of our Trash Bag Handbag event to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect in our community. Susan and her husband Rep. Ron Estes are the proud parents of three children.

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Trash Bag Handbag - Ambassador Vendla Smith

Vendla Smith developed a unique and innovative instructional language learning model that goes beyond words and mechanics. Her vision is to break down barriers between cultures so that individuals are able to respect each other and value the differences that make each of us who we are. She brings her openness to Junior League of Wichita during Trash Bag Handbag to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect in our community and break down the barriers preventing people from advocating, fostering and mentoring families and children in need.

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Junior League of Wichita

6402 East 12th Street
Wichita, Kansas 67206-1306
Phone: 316.682.7473