• The League is welcoming more than 30 new members this year. Many of them recently gathered at the University of Pittsburgh for New Member Training. (Photo by Janey Cink)

  • Make your voice heard. The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 9, 2018, in Pennsylvania if you plan to participate in the November election. For more information, go to https://www.votespa.com.

  • Enjoy dinner out on Oct. 30 and help the Junior League of Pittsburgh. Just come into Chipotle Market Square, 211 Forbes Ave., from 4-8 p.m., mention that you’re supporting our fundraiser prior to ordering, and the League will receive part of the sales.

  • Shop and socialize at our ALEX AND ANI event Dec. 4 (6-9 p.m.) at Ross Park Mall. (Photo: ALEX AND ANI)

  • Congratulations to past Junior League of Pittsburgh President Vicky Guscoff (pictured in the middle), who’s part of Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest class of 2018! Vicky is an engineer at AT&T. The 50 Finest group was selected based on professional achievements and involvement in the community. (Photo by WHIRL)

  • Oct 30

    Chipotle Fundraiser

    Eat at Chipotle (211 Forbes Ave.) and help the Junior League of Pittsburgh! Stop by the restaurant Tuesday, Oct. 30, from 4-8 p.m. for our fundraiser. Bring our flyer with you or mention the fundraiser at checkout, and the restaurant will donate 33 percent of the proceeds to the cause!

  • Dec 04

    ALEX AND ANI Event

    Need a gift or want to treat yourself? Then join us for a night of shopping and socializing Dec. 4 (6-9 p.m.) at ALEX AND ANI in Ross Park Mall! ALEX AND ANI makes jewelry and accessories. Fifteen percent of gross sales from the event will go back to the Junior League of Pittsburgh.

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The Junior League of Pittsburgh

Junior League 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 Junior 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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