Empowering the Next Generation of Women Civic Leaders
Junior League of Phoenix 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.
Cookie decorating, pumpkin painting, candy… and more! It was another successful Fall Festival for Homeward Bound and that was thanks in part to the Kids in the Kitchen Committee! The committee and other Junior League of Phoenix members helped the non-profit with the event in October. Homeward Bound is an incredible organization that assists those… Read More
On Friday, September 16, 2022, the R.O.C.K.E.T.S committee and the Arizona Science Center CREATE team hosted the Fall 2022 Teacher Launch Educate to Innovate Conference. The conference had approximately 127 teachers in attendance, ranging from Pre-K to 12th grade, from districts across the valley. Ninety percent of these teachers had never attended a Teacher Launch… Read More
The Junior League of Phoenix continues to have so much to be thankful for year after year. For almost 90 years, we have made a significant impact in our community. None of it would be possible without our Members, Donors, and the Community. The Junior League of Phoenix thanks all of you for your support. Click here… Read More
Junior League of Phoenix welcomes a new class of Provisional members every spring. Each applicant is required to attend an Information Session (held early April – August) to be considered for Provisional membership.
Junior League of Phoenix believes that education and experience are the greatest tools to fighting child obesity. Our programs involve hands-on components to teach kids and families how to be healthy. Read more!
The ROCKETS program offers monthly classroom lessons for preschool and early elementary students and their parents at the Junior League of Phoenix Classroom located at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Learn more.
Junior League of Phoenix is partnering with The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul on a program focused on families who have three primary challenges: low/no access to healthy food, a family history or new diagnosis of diabetes/prediabetes, and low/no knowledge of sustainable wellness practices.
Our members provide more than 100,000 volunteer hours annually! Currently, we are Fighting Hunger in the Greater Phoenix Community. Junior League of Phoenix, along with a coalition of community partners, is working towards a food secure community through access, empowerment and education.
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