• Current and prospective Junior League of Pittsburgh members came together in January to sort and pack medical supplies at Global Links. (Photo courtesy of Cindy Moldovan)
  • The JLP participated in the virtual Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community this summer. Thank you to everyone who walked or supported our teams! (2019 photo by Janey Cink)

  • The League welcomed kids and those young at heart at its Touch-a-Truck fundraiser last year. (Photo by Janey Cink)

  • Our members cooked and served breakfast at the Salvation Army Family Caring Center.

  • We provided home-cooked meals for the East End Cooperative Ministry.

  • Dec 10

    Holiday Brunch

    Eat, drink, and be merry! The membership team invites you to a holiday brunch to celebrate the season. Come one, come all — from new members to sustainers!

  • Apr 23

    Spring Tea

    Please join us for a Spring Tea benefitting the Junior League of Pittsburgh! Celebrate the spring season with a lovely high tea featuring a teacup auction, exciting raffles, and a preview of upcoming Junior League events. All are welcome– you do not need to be a Junior League member to attend. Ticket Information: TBD

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The Junior League of Pittsburgh is 100!

Autumn Luncheon

Learn more about board service!

The Sustainer Director of the Junior League of Pittsburgh cordially invites you to an Autumn Luncheon, celebrating the sustainers of today and tomorrow, as we continue to celebrate 100 years of serving the community and training the next generation of women leaders. The luncheon will take place at the The Duquesne Club. We will hear from guest speaker, Melia P. Tourangeau, President & CEO of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as she highlights her experiences with board service. Please reach out to Sustainer Director Betsy Amato for more information: sustainers@jlpgh.org.

The Duquesne Club

325 Sixth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 

Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 11:30 AM

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Community Impact

Junior Leaguers are addressing food insecurity issues in the Pittsburgh community. Every month members participate in the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s Produce to People program in Braddock, and they prepare breakfast for residents at the Salvation Army Family Caring Center in East Liberty. (Photos by Janey Cink)

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