“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 a non-profit organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community.
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 the Shoppes at Belmont – Starbucks location on Saturday, August 14th 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.