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Junior League of Salt Lake City

Our Mission

The Junior League of Salt Lake City, Inc. is a charitable organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action, education and leadership of trained volunteers.

League Highlights

We Need Your Help in the Women Helping Women Clothing Boutique!

We are always looking for women interested in volunteering in our Women Helping Women Clothing Boutique.  Women Helping Women is a project in which Junior League volunteers collect, prepare, and distribute donated professional women's clothing. These clothes are given to women entering the workforce and who are in transition towards self-sufficiency. Click here to check out the September opportunities!

Now accepting applications for Mini Projects!

Mini projects provide volunteers for short term collaborative projects, or "done-in-a-day" projects, with other non-profite organizations.  The projects tend to focus on activities that can be completed in a short time frame and must align with the mission of the Junior League of Salt Lake City. Click here for more information.

Are you interested in joining the Junior League?

Please join us for the Fall Open House where we can tell you all about the Junior League of Salt Lake, what we do, and how we're making an impact in our community! Click here for more information.

Take a look at the latest The Salty Honey blog post!

Loren Micalizio had a delicious luncheon with past, present and future presidents of the League.  See what they cooked up: Champagne Cosmopolitan, Fava Bean Crostini, Orechiette with Fresh Mozarella, Chicken Saltimboca, Zuchinni Fans and Caramel Shortbread.  All recipes of our Salt to Honey cookbook. 



Are you interested in joining the Junior League of Salt Lake?

Please join us for the Fall Open House where we can tell you all about the Junior League, what we do, and how we're making an impact in our community!

Does your Non-Profit need a few extra helping hands?

The Junior League of Salt Lake City is currently accepting applications for Mini Projects! Mini projects provide volunteers for short-term collaborative projects, or “done-in-a-day” projects, with other non-profit organizations.  The projects tend to focus on activities that can be completed in a short time frame and must align with the mission of the Junior League of Salt Lake City. (Project should not be for political, religious, or fundraising purposes.)

"It was great to work with the Junior League of Salt Lake City. They have such enthusiastic and professional volunteers. Families in our early intervention program benefited greatly from your support. We would've never been able to make that possible on our own."
          DDI Vantage

Click here to submit an application for a mini project! *Submission deadline is August 31st

Thanks for another incredibly successful Junior League
CARE Fair!


Photo courtesy of Kari Sikorski Photography

The Junior League Community Assistance and Resource Event (CARE) Fair is an annual, two-day event organized and directed by the Junior League of Salt Lake City. It is offered for families needing routine medical services and community assistance information. These medical services are provided free of charge at the Junior League CARE Fair! 

Parents and children may apply for and receive the following free services:

- Medical examinations and immunizations

- Physicals

- Hearing, vision and dental screening

- Diabetes and cholesterol screening

- Breast and pelvic exams. Vouchers for free mammograms off-site are made available as well as follow up care when available.

- Participants may be eligible for health- and safety-related items such as car seats, bike helmets, etc.

Online Shopping can Help Us!

If you're going to do some shopping on Amazon, use this link and .5% of your purchase will be donated to the Junior League of Salt Lake!  Increase the good you're doing by shopping through the AmazonSmile program!

Junior League Of Salt Lake City Inc

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