For many nonprofit organizations, the biggest obstacle to getting money and volunteers is knowing whom to ask and what the application process involves.The Junior League of Arlington wants to help, so the group is inviting all nonprofit organizations to a breakfast meeting on April 11 where attendees will learn how to apply for the league’s assistance.“The Agency Breakfast is our opportunity to meet with other 501(c)(3) organizations and learn about what they do and how the Junior League could be of assistance to their organization,” said President Lisa Cravens.Any agency that meets the league’s focus areas — children’s and women’s issues — is encouraged to apply.“It’s important to share information on our focus areas so that they will know where we prefer to send our volunteers and dollars,” Cravens added.Since 1975, the Junior League of Arlington has donated more than $2.5 million and 1 million hours to more than 100 nonprofit agencies, Cravens said. Members volunteer about 10,000 hours annually serving about 10 programs and agencies. The organizations funds about $80,000 in local projects each year.In recent years, the league has funded such projects as as a team program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington, the Rainbow Room for Community Partners of Tarrant County, the Christian Women’s Job Corps and the Artisan apartment outreach program for the Arlington YMCA. The league’s Research and Development Committee oversees the application process.Committee Chairwoman Adrienne Loper, who is in charge of the event, explained, “The breakfast will include a presentation outlining the various ways organizations can receive assistance from the Junior League, including free use of our Center for Community Service building; community fund requests; project applications, which involve both funding and volunteers; and grant applications.”Other than community assistance funds, which can be requested throughout the year, applications submitted this spring will be for projects that begin in June 2014.The Agency Breakfast is scheduled at 9 a.m. April 11 at the Center for Community Service, 4002 W. Pioneer Parkway in Arlington. Inquiries may be directed to the league office at 817-277-9481.