By: Katie Hatfield, Active Member On Monday, September 14, the Junior League of Washington’s (JLW) Esprit Committee hosted a virtual Neighborhood Party. The event boasted over 80 attendees, which in a time of Zoom fatigue and constant moans of “You’re still on mute,” may seem daunting; however, the Esprit Committee handled the event with aplomb!… Read More
By: Hannah Overton, Active Member The Junior League of Washington (JLW) recognized that 2020 was an incredibly hard year for our members, the Washington, DC community, and the world. As the holiday season approached, Holiday Cocktail Party Co-Chairs Summer Bravo and Sarah Steinberg knew that while JLW’s holiday celebration would look a little different than… Read More
It with a heavy heart, that the JLW Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Tossed & Found in-person sale due to the circumstances and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Junior League of Washington is closely watching the events currently unfolding on the steps of the Capitol. We know that many members, staff, family, and friends of JLW work and live in the Capitol complex and surrounding neighborhoods. We are keeping each and every one of you in our thoughts. Please heed Mayor Bowser’s… Read More
JLW Volunteers Serve as Festival’s Primary Source for Volunteers, Promote Literacy in the DC Community September 23, 2020 (WASHINGTON, DC) — For the 18th consecutive year, the Junior League of Washington (JLW) will provide necessary volunteer support for the Library of Congress’s National Book Festival, taking place Saturday, September 25-27.
By Carol Der Garry, Sustainer What do I get out of my Junior League of Washington (JLW) membership? Do you ponder this question every year when deciding to renew your JLW membership? As a sustaining member with over 20 years of service in the Junior League, my League training and experiences have provided unique opportunities… Read More
By Barbara Franklin, Sustainer Chair, Member since 1990 Our largest fundraiser, Tossed & Found – an annual rummage sale, was canceled in March because of the Coronavirus pandemic. That left the Junior League of Washington (JLW) with 18,000 square feet of donated items — it was a whole lot of rummage! At the time, a… Read More