Since 1949, the Junior League of Huntsville has developed exceptionally qualified civic leaders who collaborate with community partners to identify Huntsville/Madison County's most urgent needs and address them with meaningful and sustainable solutions that have enhanced the quality of life in our community.
Applications for Community Partnership grants with the Junior League of Huntsville are open through January 4, 2019. The Junior League of Huntsville (JLH) places trained volunteers with selected community partners in support of our current Impact Area, Improving Family Literacy. Each year, the JLH reviews, accepts, and adopts new placements to begin the following July.… Read More
Join the Junior League of Huntsville on April 7th for a fun day filled with exciting activities including a book-signing with Eric Litwin! Eric Litwin is a song singing, guitar strumming, # 1 New York Times Best Selling author who brings early literacy and music together. He is the original author of the Pete the… Read More
Inside Medicine published an article written by 2017-18 President Nancy Washington Vaughn about the benefits of volunteerism and how the community can support the Junior League of Huntsville & Apple Annie 2017 in its Late Summer 2017 edition.
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The Junior League of Huntsville has been part of building a better community and making lasting community change for over 65 years. We embrace diverse perspectives, build partnerships, and inspire shared solutions. Our current focus areas of community impact are the education and health of women and children.
A simple act of kindness… a beautiful dress… a deserving girl… a lifted spirit… a fresh purpose…
This mantra of the Butterfly Project expresses the transformative mission of this JLH program, which rewards deserving high school seniors by outfitting them for their prom and providing scholarship money toward their college careers. In the process, the lives and futures of these young ladies are changed.
In its initial year, One on One: Let’s Read served approximately 100 families, distributed roughly 900 books throughout the school year, and supplied 130 workbooks to help prevent the summer learning slide!
The Junior League of Huntsville 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. We welcome all women who value our Mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
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