Join us for a formal affair celebrating 100 years of the Junior League of Pittsburgh! On Saturday, October 15, 2022 we will celebrate this milestone year at The Children’s Museum. The evening will feature dinner with a full-service bar and passed hors d’oeuvres, awards ceremony, dancing, and a silent auction. Click here for more information and to purchase […]
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
Join us for a formal affair celebrating 100 years of the Junior League of Pittsburgh! The evening will feature dinner with a full-service bar and passed hors d’oeuvres, awards ceremony, dancing, and a silent auction.
Sponsorship opportunities are available now, or consider making a donation below to underwrite the event to help maximize the funds raised for the Junior League of Pittsburgh. We are hopeful that you will partner with us to celebrate our Centennial Year. Your generous support will allow us to continue to serve the community and empower the next generation of women to lead for 100 years to come. Please reach out to email@example.com for more information.
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The Junior League of Pittsburgh established a Diversity and Inclusion Committee to keep members listening and learning. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment.
The League founded the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. These photos captured some of our members on opening day in 1983. Back then, the exhibits took up less than 5,000 square feet in the basement of the Allegheny Post Office. (Photos courtesy of the museum)
Determined. Impactful. Unstoppable. The Junior League of Pittsburgh is preparing today’s leaders to address tomorrow’s issues head on. View the Junior League’s latest video.
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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