What We Say

As a substantial organization poised on the forefront of issues both local and global for more than 100 years, The Junior League embraces all modern communication channels to broadcast its message of building better communities through the leadership of trained volunteers.

Featured below you’ll find links to several resources designed to be informative about the challenges of modern society, the innovative solutions being developed by the Junior Leagues, and the enlightened leaders in our ranks.


The Civic Lede

The Civic Lede

The Civic Lede, The Junior League's blog, spotlights notable developments in philanthropy, not-for-profits, voluntarism, women and leadership, and offers commentary on the issues on which we've been active for many years.

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connected

connected

connected, The Junior League’s online magazine, continues the organization’s tradition of indepth reporting on the challenges of our time and the innovative ways in which Junior League women have led reforms. Once a year, connected is published in print and distributed to the membership. 

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AJLI on social media

Our Social Community

The Junior League maintains a presence on nearly every social media platform. You can become a fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, pin us on Pinterest, or watch us on YouTube. It's our way of staying engaged in the global conversation on issues we care about and keeping you up to date on the work we're doing.