On June 8, 2020, AJLI’s Board of Directors, voted on the following external statement condemning racism, racial injustice, and racial discrimination. The Junior League of Washington is proud to support these efforts to create lasting change and foster a culture of anti-racism in our communities.
Application for grant support from the Junior League of Washington now open as League undertakes several steps to support community during crisis
The Junior League of Washington denounces any and all forms of racism and intolerance. These past few weeks and days have been hard as we grapple with the realities of institutional racism, violence, and injustice in our country against Black Americans.
A total of $135,000 in grants and book donations awarded to local organizations across the Washington, DC, region during the last year
Winner Maya Canady demonstrated extraordinary commitment to voluntarism, while maintaining near-perfect GPA
We tend to measure literacy in long-term outcomes: advancing in school, graduating high school or college, getting a good job, breaking a cycle of poverty, and so on. But how can we better measure a child’s progress on literacy skills in the short term?
After cancellation of annual rummage event due to COVID-19, League shifts focus from fundraising to donating $100,000 in unsold goods to community partners, neighbors in need
The Junior League of Washington (JLW) has decided to cancel its 2020 Tossed & Found sale, including our special event, Hoops & High Heels Preview Night.
Rajshree Agarwal, Tammy Haddad, and Michelle Rice join breakfast designed to help women develop their personal leadership style
Download the 2020 Women’s Leadership Breakfast Workbook. JLW is an organization formed by, run by, and empowered by women. We are more than 2,300 women committed to developing the potential of women everywhere and using our collective talents, strengths, and voices to improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The… Read More