The Junior League of Raleigh is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Team HKHC works to improve the physical, mental and emotional health of Wake County residents, particularly young people, through opportunities, education and support that empower them to achieve their full potential. This team supports BackPack Buddies, the JLR Chorus, Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC and Helping Horse.
Does your nonprofit or agency need help with a short-term project or event? The Junior League of Raleigh’s Quick Impact team can help! Quick Impact provides trained JLR volunteers for one-time projects or events that can be completed in a short period – generally one day or less.
Team School Success works to support and further the academic and personal development of students in grades K-12, to eliminate barriers to their achievement and to help prepare them for life success. This team supports AventWest Children’s Mentoring, Brentwood Boys & Girls Club, Heritage Park and Note in the Pocket.
Team Strong Family Foundations works with Wake County families to ensure safe and stable home environments and to enhance their abilities to become independent, successful and engaged members of our community. Our partners include The Green Chair Project, SAFEChild and StepUP Ministry.
Applications are now available to join the Junior League of Raleigh for the 2023-2024 Provisional class! All you have to do is create a profile and begin the application process. Remember that attendance at a Prospective Member Information Session is an important and required part of the application process. These will be held on February… Read More
For more than 90 years the Junior League of Raleigh has been committed to serving our community, and today nearly 700 active members commit more 21,000 volunteer hours annually. We seek to expand and deepen our reach year after year to enhance the quality of life and the future of Raleigh.
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