Join the Junior League of San Antonio

Become a Member

Applications for 2020-2021 are now open and close March 15.

The JLSA Experience

In 1924, eleven women organized the Junior League of San Antonio, Inc. (JLSA), with a vision of making a difference in the lives of women and children in San Antonio. Ninety-six years later, the JLSA has contributed over a million hours to the community, which translates into approximately eighteen million dollars worth of volunteer hours and over seven million dollars invested into projects in the community. The JLSA has made its mark in San Antonio through a number of organizations and community projects.

The JLSA is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues, International (AJLI). Comprised of 292 Junior Leagues in four countries, AJLI has been providing support, guidance and leadership development opportunities to member Leagues since it was created in 1921. AJLI strives to unite all the Junior Leagues; provide continuity and support; and serve as a steward for the Junior League Movement. Today, through regional, national, and international meetings, comprehensive resources and customized consultations, the AJLI adds value to member Leagues in their fulfillment of the Junior League Mission.

Mission: The Junior League of San Antonio, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. 

What We Do

The Junior League of San Antonio annually awards thousands of dollars in grants to our community partners and invests thousands of volunteer hours through community placements, creating a huge positive impact in the San Antonio community.

The JLSA partners with over 60 agencies annually. Our community partners are located throughout the city and work to make a substantial difference in our community. These partners include Goodwill of San Antonio, Haven for Hope, Habitat for Humanity, The Luekemia and Lymphoma Society, The Unicorn Center, the McNay Art Museum, Any Baby Can, and many more!

As a member of JLSA, you will be able to effectively engage with these organizations and help achieve our mission: one step, one dollar and one smile at a time.

Members

The JLSA prides itself on being an organization of diverse women who are committed to helping San Antonio. We are a group of professional women who work together to make a positive impact on the community, and in the process we also impact each other. As a member of JLSA, you will promote our mission through your work in the community as well as your interaction with other league members. The JLSA is a wonderful way to make a meaningful difference, meet new friends, and learn about the city of San Antonio.

  • Our current New Member class ranges in age from 24-57
  • Our entire membership ranges in age from 24 to 98
  • 68% of our Members are between the age of 30-39
  • 91% of our members are employed or self-employed
  • 49% of members are involved with other causes
  • 48% of our members have children living at home
Why Should I Join?

“The Junior League has always done wonderful things, but what has impressed me the most has been their ability to change focus with the times. Although the projects and the service to the community are fantastic, the JLSA does something even better – they develop and train first class volunteers and create wonderful lifelong friends.” Suzanne Goudge, Sustainer, Volunteer Extraordinaire, 2010

BENEFITS TO JOINING JLSA
  • Make positive changes in the San Antonio community
  • Expand your circle of influence and connect with inspiring women
  • Meet new people and form lifelong friendships
  • Impact so many lives by giving back effectively and efficiently
  • Do good on a regular, ongoing basis
  • Experience personal growth and leadership development
  • Expand your skill set; speaking, public relations, sales, marketing
  • Participate in a well-run organization

 

Last updated: November 1, 2019 at 9:09 am