Since its inception 100 years ago, the Junior League of Cleveland (JLC) has provided countless volunteer hours and more than $2.3 million to the community. The JLC has been involved with issues pertaining to children, education and women, providing volunteer energy, financial assistance, training and generating public support.
The Saturday Tutoring Program provides academic assistance to children from 1st to 12th grades in all subjects and preparation for the Ohio Graduation Test. The tutoring assistance is provided free of charge to children from throughout Greater Cleveland.
Join the Member Engagement Committee in celebrating the start of Spring by making cards to send to our Emeritus members (women ages 80 and over). Please feel free to bring any art supplies you may have.
For more than 100 years, the JLC has been on the forefront of social reform. Learn more about our current Signature Initiative, Youths Aging Out of Foster Care.
Join us on March 21st at Laurel School for our annual Girl League – more details coming soon!
The JLC is made up of a diverse group of women who are committed to promoting voluntarism and developing the potential of all women. Meet one such extraordinary woman, Stephanie Dorsey, our incoming President Elect!
The Junior League of Cleveland reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to volunteering. A volunteer with The Junior League of Cleveland has an opportunity to develop herself and build friendships through the League’s structured and supportive environment while, most importantly, making a positive impact on the community.