• The Junior League of Pittsburgh will transform this 112-year-old Wilkinsburg mansion into a Show House and open the doors for tours in May 2018. (Photo by Erin McClain Beck)

  • Do you know an organization working to end childhood food insecurity in Pittsburgh’s East End? Click on the “Community Impact” tab and then “Become a Community Partner” for grant information.

  • The Sip & See kicks off our Show House festivities March 24. This is the only opportunity for the public to tour the house before it’s transformed by designers. Purchase tickets: jlpgh.org/sip-see/

  • Meet Junior League of Pittsburgh member Ali McCrossin, chair of our Show House Committee. WHIRL Magazine recently named the Pittsburgh native and University of Pittsburgh alumna and employee to its 20 in their 20s Class of 2018.

The Junior League of Pittsburgh

Junior League members, reflecting a wide range of backgrounds, interests and professional pursuits, work together to identify unmet needs, forge effective coalitions and work for change. Time and time again, the Junior League is among the first organizations to step up and tackle our community’s biggest challenges.

Community Impact

The Junior League of Pittsburgh is working to help secure food for households living below the poverty line in theĀ East End of Pittsburgh. (Photos by Erin McClain Beck and Janey Cink)