Please click here to access the link to our resource guide for Kentucky & Southern Indiana. (We are providing links active as of 04.03.20 and will try to update links but keep in mind there may be newer information available)
The JLL will be holding their second Little Black Dress Initiative February 24-28. We will be raising awareness and stimulating discussion all week about some of the challenges our local youth are facing, including the impact poverty has on education and the impact of being displaced from your home. We will illustrate projects and partnerships the JLL has that are affecting change in these areas. Lastly, we will be raising funds to continue the work and the mission of the JLL. If you feel moved to give to this initiative, you can give at www.fundrazr.com/LBDI20JLL
One of the cornerstones of Junior League of Louisville’s mission is developing effective volunteers through a variety of formal experiential training. A member’s placement on various committees is where she gains hands-on training. Our goal is to build on members’ strengths, and empower them to be more effective in their community, professional and personal endeavors.
JLL currently focuses on education as a community issue. We are impacting education in the Louisville community through a variety of dynamic projects including Little Libraries (in partnership with Metro United Way), Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (in partnership with WAVE3), Maryhurst, and Boys’ and Girl’s Haven.
Please find a Covid-19 resource guide here for Kentucky & Southern Indiana. (We are providing links active as of 04.03.20 and will try to update links but keep in mind there may be newer information available).
The JLL is excited to be approaching our 100th year in our community! We look forward to highlighting our past, present, and future while celebrating all year long.
Junior League of Louisville
The Junior League of Louisville, Inc., is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, to 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.
The Junior League Of Louisville embraces women of various backgrounds through acceptance of individual experiences and encourages growth through our mission.
Our training comes from both hands on and formal settings. Learn more about how we train volunteers.
Who We Are
We are proud of our 98 year heritage. We are volunteers, leaders, mothers, sisters, daughters, business women, doctors, architects, attorneys and more! Take a look at today’s league. #IamJLL
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