For over 100 years, the Junior League of Saint Paul (JLSP) has retained a rich tradition of serving the greater Saint Paul community. Established in 1917 by Saint Paul native Elizabeth Ames Jackson, the Junior League of Saint Paul was the 19th Junior League created following the inception of the first Junior League in New York City in 1901.
Junior League of Saint Paul is a member-driven, nonprofit, volunteer organization of women serving the East Metro. For nearly a century we have challenged ourselves to think big and serve locally. When you look at the major institutions and significant initiatives in St. Paul, you will see the Junior League in action. League members have developed, funded and led some of the most innovative nonprofits in response to the most critical needs of our community.
It is not simply our projects, the real strength of the Junior League is in how we improve our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Your support today, ultimately supports the women who benefit from their Junior League experience – strengthening their skills, broadening their networks, and serving as mentors to one another to impact change in their own communities and neighborhoods – YOUR neighborhoods.
Give today and help train the next generation of women leaders as well as impact change that goes beyond Give to The Max Day.
Know of a woman who is interested in building relationships and experiences around shared goals in our neighborhoods and communities? A referral to JLSP is as good as a donation. Find out more at www.jlsp.org.
The Junior League of Saint Paul is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.