Empowering the Next Generation of Women Civic Leaders
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.
In its inaugural year as the Junior League of Los Angeles’ (JLLA) primary spring fundraiser, the League’s April 14 Touch-A-Truck event not only went off without a hitch, but was a huge success. More than 16 civic and commercial vehicles and dozens of volunteers helped create a day of community engagement, education and entertainment alongside… Read More
JLLA’s State Public Affairs Committee (CalSPAC) hosted a “Women in Leadership” panel held at Rainey House in March featuring Deputy Chief Kristin Crowley of the Los Angeles Fire Department and Chief Maria R. Gutierrez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Read more about the panel here.
Nearly 1 in 3 moms can’t afford enough diapers. Young women who are in or transitioning out of the foster youth system represent many of these struggling new moms. Help them out by purchasing diapers through our Amazon Wish List here!
Our members provide over 60,000 volunteer hours! Currently we are focusing on self-esteem and empowerment of transition-aged foster youth, and educational opportunities for unserved students seeking higher education.
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