Help Us Continue Our Legacy of Empowering Women in the Salt Lake Community 2020 has been a year unlike any other. As we entered this new decade, we all learned to be flexible under extraordinary circumstances, with the COVID-19 global pandemic challenging us to adapt and reimagine how we fulfill the mission of the Junior… Read More
If you want to improve the lives of women and children in the Salt Lake community, train to become a better leader, and meet other compassionate, proactive women like yourself, the Junior League of Salt Lake City is the organization for you. The Junior League of Salt Lake City will train you to become a… Read More
Dear JLSLC Members, Friends, Family, and Community Partners, For us, the events of the past week have once again underscored the severity and violence of racism that our communities experience in the United States and across the world every day. This has been a tragic week, where we’ve all watched the hurt and anger on… Read More
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The Junior League Legacy Project will be a collaborative short term volunteer effort between the Junior League of Salt Lake City and another community nonprofit. This will be the second year of the a three – year initiative, and while the League is interested in strengthening ties with past projects, the Junior League is also… Read More
Until further notice, the Women Helping Women Boutique will be closed. We will not be accepting donations and all boutique hours have been cancelled. We ask that right now you prioritize yourself and safety during this time. Thank you for your patience, flexibility and calmness as we continue navigating this ever-changing situation.
One of our Sustaining members, Christy Tribe, President and CEO of Junior Achievement, was recently awarded the Athena Pathfinder award as part of the 43rd Annual Women & Business Conference and ATHENA Awards Luncheon. Attendees heard from the two-time Olympic medalist and U.S. National Champion Nancy Kerrigan, as the keynote speaker. Attendees also had the… Read More
CARE Fair is a FREE event, and is also open to ALL community members. No one will be turned away. No identification or insurance is required. It has also been declared a safe place by Governor Herbert and Police Chief Brown. In a letter presented to us, Governor Herbert states, “…Salt Lake City is a… Read More
Junior League of Salt Lake City’s Women Helping Women Boutique is an ongoing project in which we seek to assist women entering the workforce by providing them with free business attire. Our volunteers collect, prepare, and distribute donated professional clothing in our local boutique. We have helped more than 17,000 women since the program launched… Read More
We took the occasion of a previous blog post to list five benefits of volunteerism. Our goal was to encourage readers to volunteer themselves to the local chapter of the Junior League, one of the leading sources of women’s volunteer opportunities in Salt Lake City. This post picks up where that one left off with… Read More