• Sustainers shared their JLP experiences during an Oct. 10 panel discussion. Many of our members go onto leadership roles in Pittsburgh organizations. (Photo by Janey Cink)

  • Members participated in nonprofit board training Oct. 16 at Robert Morris University’s Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management in downtown Pittsburgh. (Photo by Janey Cink)

  • The Junior League of Pittsburgh hosted trainer and consultant Vicki Clark for a series of weekend talks about community impact and diversity and inclusion Jan. 5 at the Twentieth Century Club. “Once you take this (the Junior League’s mission) on as your life’s journey, you become a community leader,” she said. (Photo by Janey Cink)

The Junior League of Pittsburgh

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

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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