The week has seen an outpouring of grief and anger over the disappearance of Sarah Everard, who vanished earlier this month as she walked home in Clapham, south London. The subsequent events and various reactions from officials have sparked an outrage. They have triggered feelings from women about the abuse and violence they face, igniting… Read More
For the past several years, the Junior League of London has supported Migrants Organise, an organisation that helps refugees and migrants participate in public life. Before COVID-19, we held regular sessions to help migrant and refugee women practice their English skills. During lockdown, we pivoted to weekly sessions via Zoom. The Zoom sessions quickly became… Read More
1) Shop with AmazonSmile – Can’t get a supermarket delivery slot until November? Re-organising your cupboards? Why not buy some of your basics online with AmazonSmile and support JLL whilst doing so? Simply log on and select the Junior League of London as your preferred charity. 2) Thrift Plus – It’s almost time for Spring cleaning and, given we’re all stuck… 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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