“…The Junior League of London’s commitment to equity, inclusion and giving support to all cultures and ethnicities is more important than ever – and as an organisation we strive to be an authentic ally in this fight for justice.” Please see our full Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
For thirty-five years, the Junior League of London has been working to build better communities by alleviating the effects of poverty in the local community. The Holiday Hampers programme is part of our basic needs support for families with limited means, women escaping domestic violence, and isolated elderly people. Help us raise much-needed funds for… Read More
We’re thrilled to announce joint May Members of the Month Antonia Vaptzarova and Suzy Bibko for their inspiring response to the COVID crisis: Antonia stepped up to Chair the LBDI Committee when the League really needed this help. Despite very long hours at work, she rallied her Committee, the Board and the Community Council to… 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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