We wear black because a staggering 28% of Londoners (2.5 million people) live below the poverty line. As part of the LBDI campaign, women participating will be wearing the same black outfit for five consecutive days from 9-13 November and sharing content across their social networks in order to illustrate the effects poverty can have on… Read More
We are thrilled to recognise Tori Esposito as our September Member of the Month! In a time when we can’t meet in person due to COVID restrictions, Tori has demonstrated the ability to go above and beyond to navigate obstacles, challenge conventional thinking and brainstorm on new ideas and approaches! She exemplified this through creative… Read More
Black History Month (BHM) in the UK began in 1987. The Junior League of London DEI Task Force hosted a series of events honouring and highlighting exceptional Black people and their heritage throughout the month of October. We’d like to give a big THANK YOU to our guest speakers for these series: Jennifer Coleman, Dr.… Read More
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Founded in 1985, the Junior League of London is an organisation of women committed to promoting voluntary service, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Active in London since 1978, the Junior League of London works to build better communities by improving the lives of local families in need.
In 2008, we adopted our current community focus of poverty. The Junior League continues to work towards its vision of eliminating poverty and its effects in London, concentrating on breaking the cycle of poverty through education and employment.
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