The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) partners with community agencies that reflect our mission, vision and values. Focused on supporting women and children at risk, The JLA provides much-needed volunteer resources and funding, and serves as a catalyst for positive change through our partnerships.

Each year, the JLA invests thousands of volunteer hours to community agencies and programs that support empowering women and children to become self-sufficient. This year, the JLA will contribute more than 100,000 volunteer hours, valued at over $2 million dollars, along with $250,000 in grant funding to our community partners.

To make greater impact in the Atlanta community, in 2012, The Junior League of Atlanta committed to rolling out a new community engagement model known as Issue-Based Community Impact (IBCI).  The IBCI model orients strategic tactics of direct service, advocacy and public education/awareness, strategic grant-making, capacity building, training, and coalition building towards achieving specific, measurable impact in the community.

Under the IBCI model, the JLA is working to make lasting impact in the following areas:

All JLA partners and projects align with these issues and/or support women and children at risk.  To learn more about how to become a partner of the JLA, click here.

Learn more about JLA’s current community programs by clicking here.