Established in 1923 by a small group of women, the Junior League of Minneapolis is a volunteer organization committed to the philosophy of community service. While the issues and our society may have changed significantly since our inaugural year, the commitment and dedication of the women who volunteer in The Junior League of Minneapolis has remained the same.
Throughout our century of service, our history has remained rich, our history has remained rich and our impact in the community is meaningful. The community projects established by the Junior League of Minneapolis have been diverse and far-reaching, addressing critical community needs from childcare to education to literacy.
In addition to improving our community, The Junior League of Minneapolis’ commitment to promoting voluntarism and developing the potential of women leaders has created a lasting legacy. The impact of the League’s training and leadership experiences are visible throughout our community and everywhere our members go — including at organizations and corporations, in government and on boards.
The Junior League of Minneapolis welcomes all women committed to our mission. Diverse experiences, ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds create a stronger, more engaged League to better serve our community. We value what makes people unique in our organization. Those who identify as women, of all abilities, ethnicities, races, religions, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic statuses are encouraged to join The Junior League of Minneapolis.
The Junior League of Minneapolis is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer organization and is a member League of The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI).
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