About Us

Who Are We?

The Junior League of San Diego is a not-for-profit organization that is part of a larger international organization that brings together 291 Junior Leagues in four countries. The 193,000 dedicated and creative women members come from varying backgrounds and interests and share a commitment to volunteering. We are:

Doctors • Artists • Lawyers • Accountants • Non-Profit Administrators • CEOs • Bankers • Broadcasters • Clergy • Police Officers • Management Consultants • Disc Jockeys • Aerospace Engineers • Journalists • Judges • Mothers • Teachers • Government Officers • Stock Brokers • Psychologists

What Do We Do?

The Junior League of San Diego can be credited with implementing changes and improving conditions in almost every sector of our society. Currently we provide hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours every year to help transition-age foster youth in the San Diego area, but in our almost 80 year history we have contributed to many causes, including:

  • Senior Citizen Care
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Childhood Obesity and Nutrition
  • Domestic Violence
  • Affordable Day Care
  • Pregnancy Prevention
  • Historic Preservation
  • Substance Abuse Prevention
  • Family Literacy
  • Multicultural Awareness
  • HIV/AIDS Education
  • Health Research for Women
  • Children's Television Programming

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The Junior League of San Diego is rooted in the belief that a group of women can be a powerful force for change. JLSD offers women the opportunity to implement change in our community and to connect with other women with a concern for present and future generations.

How Are We Effective?

Membership in the Junior League of San Diego provides women with access to invaluable formal and on-the-job training — from leadership and organizational development to community program work, diversity training and fundraising. Through this unique training, our members learn to manage and train volunteers, unite communities and form partnerships. In addition, our national organization, the Association of Junior Leagues International (“AJLI”) organizes regular conferences and meetings to create opportunities for networking, collaboration and shared learning.