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.
KITK Monthly Lessons delivered 10 kits during November 2020 to our community partner Homeward Bound. The kids enjoyed the exercises, snacks and families are super thankful for the Brita water pitchers. There is a great deal of need at Homeward Bound this holiday season, especially as only new items are accepted as donations this year… Read More
The Junior League Provisional and Transfer Members participated in Super Saturday 2 on Saturday, Nov. 14. Topics covered included the History of Junior League and JLP, JLP Org Chart/Committee Overviews/Leadership Opportunities, JLP Mission and Branding, JLP Trivia, and a Q&A Panel! Guest speakers included Stephanie Mitchell (Provisional Chair), Jennie Elser (President), Elizabeth Goldstein (EVP), Teresa… Read More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 84th Annual Rummage Sale that was scheduled to take place on Feb. 20, 2021 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds has unfortunately been cancelled. The safety of our members and the community is our top priority. We plan to be back and better than ever in 2022!
We are a community of women devoted to community spirit and service. Your donation today helps Junior League of Phoenix make our community stronger. Please give generously to support our Fund the League & Care for the Community campaign prior to December 31!
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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