The Junior League of Evansville is committed to promoting voluntarism and improving the Evansville community through effective actions and leadership of trained volunteers. We are inspired by our founder, Mary Harriman, who, in 1901, founded The Junior League by using her life of privilege as a platform for social reform in New York.
Join us for a luncheon honoring award winner Jamie Wicks.
Become a part of a growing community of women dedicated to improving our community
Junior League of Evansville is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, to develop the potential of women, and to improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. There are many benefits to becoming a member of the Junior League of Evansville. The League offers its members professional training, flexible volunteer placements, an opportunity to make professional connections and develop lifelong friendships.
The Junior League of Evansville embraces women of various backgrounds through acceptance of individual experiences and encourages growth through our mission.
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