Washington, D.C. – Today, the Junior League of Washington (JLW) held its annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast, an opportunity for individuals to participate and be inspired by the lives of remarkable speakers who have overcome obstacles in order to lead successful careers.
The Junior League of Washington has released the following statement on this week’s vicious attacks against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. We join the Association of Junior Leagues International in condemning these actions.
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.
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
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