Response Following the Acts of Violence and Hate Against the Asian Community

The Junior League of Los Angeles is uncompromising in our commitment against racism and discrimination in all its forms.  We will continue to speak out and condemn intolerance, discrimination, and violence.  Since the pandemic, there has been an increase in violence against the Asian and Pacific Islander community largely fueled by COVID-19 pandemic racist rhetoric… Read More

AJLI External Statement on Civic Responsibility

Recent events in the United States, as well as the continued threat of violence and intimidation to undermine our democratic process has required us to mobilize our collective voice. We value the diverse identities and perspectives of our Membership, it is a cornerstone of our affiliation culture, but to not speak up would dishonor the… Read More

NEW LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE 2021-2022 LEAGUE YEAR

As we approach the new League year, we wanted to make all of our members aware of new leadership opportunities (in addition to many other incredible, currently existing opportunities). Several of the committee member positions are considered leadership opportunities and are Council Appointed. The main difference between Council Selected and Council Appointed positions are that… Read More

Touch-A-Truck™ Tickets

  Touch-A-Truck™ is a family-friendly event designed to allow children to explore, climb, and TOUCH vehicles of all shapes and sizes. There will be fun for everyone in the family – meet the people who build, protect and serve Los Angeles County or get creative at the arts and crafts table. Hungry? Food trucks will… Read More

A Day of Advocacy in Sacramento

Over 100 members from Junior Leagues throughout California, including 11 members of the Junior League of Los Angeles (JLLA), traveled to Sacramento this May to advocate for important issues affecting the state, including for a bill aimed at protecting foster youth. The Day at the Capitol event was organized by The Junior Leagues of California State… Read More

60 QUESTIONS WITH KATIE YOUNG MCCULLOUGH

JLLA’s 60 Questions As a new way for Leaguers to know our leadership, we’ve created JLLA’s 60 questions. Why 60 questions? JLLA members volunteer more than 60,000 hours per year in the Los Angeles Community – we’ve saved our leaders some time and went with 60!  Katie Young McCullough, President-Elect 1. What drives you in Junior League? My… Read More

Project Highlight: Children’s Bureau

In addition to the volunteer service that League members contribute to our community, the JLLA has provided millions of dollars over the years to fund programs and agencies that improve the overall well-being of our community.

DECEMBER: NATIONAL WRITE A FRIEND MONTH

December is a month of joy.  There’s a chill in the air from the East Coast to the West Coast and even down South.  Spirits are higher.  People are kinder.  There are cookies to be baked.  Hot chocolate to be warmed.  Holiday decorations to be hung.  And a New Year to usher in. In a… Read More