Building a Better Los Angeles

The Junior League of Los Angeles is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

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Harvest Boutique: Where Giving is Always in Style

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in our 2015 Harvest Boutique! Check out a video featuring highlights from the event posted above, or by clicking here.

90 Years of Service

Find a way to get involved, engaged and connected to our past, present and future by clicking here.  Learn about our past here.

Community Impact

We provide the community with over 60,000 volunteer hours each year through our many projects and programs. Learn more about what we do.  For information on how to become a JLLA member, click here.

90th Anniversary Giving Donors


Mrs. Helen Hanna Bullis was one of the original founders of the JLLA and from 1926-1927 served as its first president

  • Elizabeth Tegley Curtis
  • Denise and Daniel Perlstein


Miss Mabel Seeley was one of the original founders of the JLLA and from 1928-1930 served as its president

  • Heather Castle
  • Mary Beth and Mathew Ferrante
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • Ness Okonkwo and Shawn Jackson
  • The Schellenberg Family
  • Susan Steinhauser
  • Ellen and Doug Weitman


Mrs. Walter H. Leimert served as president of the JLLA from 1930-1931

  • Aegon Transamerica Foundation
  • Yasmin and Mike Coffey
  • Nicole Collins
  • Donatewell
  • Kristin Doolittle
  • Janice Kern
  • Jenifer Levy
  • Mandi Moore
  • Shelly Myers
  • Rita O'Neill
  • Helane Wilbourne
  • Gayle Wilder
  • Wonderful Giving


Mrs. William B. Joyce, Jr. served as president of the JLLA from 1931-1932

  • Alexa Bleifer
  • Anne M. Clarke
  • Katie Dru
  • Valerie Holberton
  • Michelle Hsia
  • Christine Neuharth
  • William Robi, Hoag and Robi
  • Cynthia Sawyer
  • Karla Sayles
  • Beth Quillen Thomas
  • Ellen Thornton
  • Rebecca Williams Vanyo
  • Nikki Williams
  • Josephine Witte
  • Ann Zimmerman


Mrs. John B. Winston, Jr. served as president of the JLLA from 1933-1934

  • Debra Bogdanoff
  • Jennifer Burman 
  • Kristen Damon
  • Maureen Diekmann
  • Lauren Ekerling
  • Quinn Ezralow
  • Rebecca Fleming
  • Patricia Fry
  • Katharine Gates
  • Louise Griffith
  • Erica Henry
  • Virginia Jackson
  • Lisa Kaufman
  • Melinda Kelly
  • Laura Jane Kessner
  • Cathy McMullen
  • Alana Mitnick
  • Christine Ofiesh
  • Maileen Phillips
  • Riot Games, Inc.
  • Cristina Rivard
  • Sandra Sanchez
  • Judith Schuur
  • Shelly Scott
  • Lauren Semeniuta
  • Jill Smith
  • Patricia Teets
  • Mary Frances Whiting
  • Donate

    Every dollar raised is directly dedicated to support JLLA's mission. Community impact areas are primarily Literacy and Self-esteem and Empowerment.  

    Click here for more information and ways to donate now.  Thank you to our generous donors! 

  • JOIN

    Interested in becoming a member of the Junior League of Los Angeles.  Click here to learn how

  • Casino Angeleno 

    Save the Date!  Casino Angeleno April 30, 2016!

  • What is the Junior League?


    Development+Potential of Women

    Leadership+Training Our Members

    Improving Community+Effective Action

    Direct Service Projects+Advocacy


    How to get involved

  • Human Trafficking Awareness

    January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery -- a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to millions of people HERE in the USA.

    No matter where you live, it's happening nearby and JLLA is passionate about finding a solution to this terrible epidemic.  Join us in the fight!

    Learn More: 

  • Community
    Leadership Forum

    Save the Date - Friday, November 6, 2015!

    The 2015-2016 Community Leadership Forum will focus on foster youth and will take place on Friday, November 6th at the Central Library in Downtown Los Angeles.  

    Click here for more information.

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