• 115 years of the New York Junior League - volunteering in NYC

    115 years of the New York Junior League

    To celebrate the New York Junior League’s 115 years of community work, we’ve put together an interactive timeline that highlights the dedication of NYJL volunteers.

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  • There’s something about Mary—Mary Harriman, that is—and this year the National Women’s Hall of Fame, the nation’s oldest organization dedicated to celebrating the achievements of great American women will induct the Junior League’s founder into its hall of fame.

    Celebrating Mary Harriman and the NYJL!

    There’s something about Mary—Mary Harriman, that is—and this year the National Women’s Hall of Fame, the nation’s oldest organization dedicated to celebrating the achievements of great American women inducted the Junior League’s founder into its hallowed walls.

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    I volunteer with the New York Junior League because...

    We are women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Learn how you can get involved!

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    The NYJL Story

    Since 1901 the NYJL continues to embrace our founder’s pioneering spirit, strong sense of social responsibility, and ability to motivate others to share their talents through effective volunteerism. Learn how we change the lives of women and children in New York City through projects that teach, mentor, and motivate.

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    Apply to be our 2016-17 Community Improvement Project Partner

    On Monday, May 16, the NYJL Community Improvement Project (CIP) committee will unveil their 2015-16 project, renovating the Hartley House space in Hell’s Kitchen. Apply today to be our 2016-17 Community Improvement Project Partner!

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Recent news

  • CHAMP Provides “Go Kits” to Health Advocates for Older People

    The NYJL CHAMP committee has created “Go Kits” to distribute to participants of its partner, Health Advocates for Older People (“HAFOP”). During weekly Saturday morning workshop presentations, CHAMP volunteers lead and facilitate discussions on health and wellness throughout the volunteer year. CHAMP developed these new “Go Kits” as a way to provide HAFOP participants with…

  • Girls’ Leadership Institute Gets Moving with Zumba

    The Girls’ Leadership Institute (GLI) committee generates fun, interactive and creative self-empowering and goal-oriented lessons for the young female mentees ages 7-11 years old. In partnership with community-partner SCAN, GLI offers weekly programs ranging from self-expression, team building, to sports in order to expose and teach the GLI-ers something new.Recently, GLI invited a Zumba instructor to…

Upcoming events

  • May 7
    10:00 a.m.

    NYJL Spring House Tour

    Fall and Spring Annual House Tours are devoted to showcasing New York City’s prestigious and luxurious residences, while highlighting architecture, art, history and the exquisite style of interior design.

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  • May 18
    6:00 p.m.

    NYJL Shops! Lilly Pulitzer

    NYJL Shops! hosts three to four private shopping events throughout the volunteer year at various retailers.

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Strengthening the families of the greater New York area.

The New York Junior League is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

Diversity and Inclusion statement

The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations, and communities.

 

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