Securing the future of women civic leaders for generations to come
For more than a century, The Junior League has prepared women to lead…to challenge the status quo for the vital purpose of enhancing the social, cultural and political fabric of our civil society.
Junior League leaders have been instrumental in building into our daily lives many of the privileges we all now take for granted, privileges that set the standard for the world around us: free school lunch, literacy programs, children’s theaters and museums, clean water, children’s nutrition, and greater awareness of the flaws that plague modern culture—human trafficking, juvenile justice, domestic violence and alcohol abuse to name a few.
As a result of this work, we have amassed an archive of irrefutable results and maintain an indisputable reputation as thoughtful and influential change agents for the public good. Support our work and invest today.
Today, leveraging technology, we are spearheading several game-changing initiatives that will radically expand our organizational capacity and exponentially increase our impact. Initiatives that will support learning and leadership development of women and offer unprecedented access to critical information and resources that will facilitate greater networking, knowledge sharing and collaboration among and between the 290+ individual Junior Leagues and over 125,000 members who comprise the organization—for greater community impact.
With that in mind, we launched our first Annual Appeal: Pride, Passion, Progress, mailed to former board members of the Association in March 2014—the appeal generated over $50,000. The appeal, which strives to build an enduring culture of stewardship and philanthropy in The Junior League, was led by the AJLI Board of Directors and by the AJLI Past Governance Committee, which is comprised of the following extraordinary women:
We’d be honored if you’d join these pioneering Junior League leaders in securing the health, vitality and viability of our organization for generations of leaders to come.