“What is the Junior League of Lancaster?”
That’s the most commonly asked question we receive, and we have a formal answer for you!
Answer: The Junior League of Lancaster (JLL) is an organization of women whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.
However, the unofficial definition entails much more – it’s about being a part of a group of diverse women of all races, religions, national origins, and backgrounds who are united in a few common causes: wholeheartedly dedicated to making a positive impact on the local community through effective volunteer action that creates lasting, sustainable change; inspiring women to become educated, bold civic leaders and community advocates through transformative empowerment experiences, smart training sessions, and hands-on opportunities to refine their leadership skills; and cultivating a micro-community women who support one another and lift each other up both personally and professionally.
If you’re considering joining or ready to become a member yourself, we strongly encourage Lancaster County-based women who are 21 years of age or older to stop by Max&Go! Eatery on Saturday, February 4th from 2:00-3:00 p.m. A formal RSVP is not necessary – just look for our signage, red and white balloons, and some friendly faces!
During this one-hour drop-in session, come chat about all things JLL-related, learn more about our work in the greater Lancaster community, and discover what membership looks like as a Junior Leaguer. We’re here to answer any questions you may have, and encourage you to bring your friends!
If you’re unable to attend the in-person meet-and-greet session, a virtual meetup is available upon request.
For specific questions or to learn more information about the Junior League of Lancaster, or to schedule a virtual information session, contact Kelly Gehman, Membership Development VP, at (717) 368-4008 (call or text) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.