The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) believes that all women and children should be self-determined. We believe our community involvement will make the largest impact and collaborate with other agencies sharing our goal of empowering women and children to be self-determined. The JLA provides much-needed volunteer resources and funding to agencies, serving as a catalyst for community change through our collective work together.
Throughout our 100+ year history, the JLA has worked in partnership with the Atlanta community to ensure we are utilizing our pipeline of trained and committed volunteer leaders in a way that adds value to our partner organizations. We have been instrumental in founding organizations such as the Atlanta Speech School, Literacy Action, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter, and CHRIS180. Our members are committed to community voluntarism through our direct service, coalitions, advocacy and public education/awareness, and training.
Together, we believe that our collective service will make a difference in improving outcomes for all children and families in Atlanta. We cannot do this work alone!
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Learn more about JLA’s current community programs by clicking here.