Now Hiring

The Junior League of Los Angeles is looking for an experienced Director of Development to oversee the League’s integrated fundraising plan and manage a portfolio of prospective donors. This is a part-time position with in-office, remote, and off-site work. To learn more or apply, email


Junior League of Los Angeles was a proud co-sponsor of SB1065, which expands the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) homeless assistance benefits by broadening eligibility of an entitlement program and increasing the period of assistance to avoid gaps in housing. Sponsored by Senator Robert M. Hertzberg (D-18), the bill increases options for California’s poorest… Read More

Harvest Boutique VIP Ticket Experience

Saturday, November 21, 2020

Our 21st annual Harvest Boutique will be kicking off on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 5pm with our VIP Experience. Enjoy a live interactive cooking class with Daniel Patterson, a James Beard award winning chef and restaurateur, and owner of Alta Adams in Los Angeles and COI – a two star Michelin restaurant in San… Read More

Johnson Family Trust Scholarship

We are pleased to announce that the Projects Research and Development (PR&D) committee and the United Friends of the Children (UFC) committee have partnered to distribute two $2,500 scholarships to two deserving participants in the UFC college readiness workshops. The funds for these scholarships came from the Johnson Family trust fund which was designed specifically… Read More

August COVID-19 Update

In this time of crisis, the health and safety of our volunteers, staff, partners and community are our highest priorities. As such, the Junior League of Los Angeles will be halting all in person activities until further notice and only virtual events will occur. Members will have limited access to our offices at Rainey House.… Read More

Shining Star Award

Meet 2020 Shining Star Christina Pascucci! JLLA awards the Shining Star each year to a member who exemplifies a commitment to promoting voluntarism and improving the community through effective action and leadership. Of note, Christina’s advocacy efforts this year contributed to JLLA’s co-sponsorship of Senate Bill 1065, which expands CalWORKS homeless assistance benefits.

Junior League of Los Angeles: Better Together

Dear JLLA Members: This is not the letter we wanted you to be reading as we embark on a new League year, and it’s not a letter we felt comfortable writing. We struggled with word choice because we wanted to be clear, yet inclusive in our communication to you. What we love about JLLA is… Read More

COVID-19 Update

Dear JLLA Community, We have spent the past two weeks thoroughly researching and monitoring the rapidly changing Coronavirus (COVID-19) health issue that has affected the global community. We have made every decision with thoughtful consideration and discussion regarding how to mitigate any impact on our projects, programs, and events while continuing to keep the health… Read More

JLLA Forms Diversity & Inclusion Task Force

In the 2018-2019 Junior League year, the Junior League of Los Angeles is embracing diversity and inclusion now more than ever. As an organization that impacts individuals and families from a variety of socioeconomic, educational, and cultural backgrounds, we not only have the privilege but also the responsibility to expand our way of thinking to… Read More

A Done in A Day for the Dogs

One of the most popular DIADs of the 2018-2019 league year was a “Day for the Dogs” at The Vanderpump Dog Foundation, a 501c3 dog rescue organization founded by philanthropist and “Vanderpump Rules” reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump. On September 29, 2018, over 15 JLLA volunteers gathered at the Melrose Avenue rescue to work with… Read More