The Junior League of Ann Arbor, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
JLAA (Junior League of Ann Arbor) Join
Become Part of the Legacy of Women
Who Make a Difference
Who are we? We are Volunteers, Doctors, Artists, Accountants, Business Owners, Dentists, Bankers, Journalists, Homemakers, Teachers, Stockbrokers, Sales Executives, Psychologists, Recruiters, Consultants, Interior Designers, Software Engineers, Nurses…
We are young, not-so young, married, single, moms, married-without-kids....
We live in Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, Brighton, Chelsea, Dexter, Tecumseh, Plymouth, Belleville, Northville, Canton, Superior Township, South Lyon, Whitmore Lake, Jackson...
While we come from many different walks of life and live throughout Washtenaw County and beyond, we share a common commitment: to improve the quality of life for our community.
We train, volunteer, advocate, lead, laugh, teach, network, raise funds, research, make new friends, learn, grow, and most importantly, help women and children in need.
We are looking for enthusiastic women who are committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving our community.
The next New Member class will begin in September, 2012. To RSVP or for more information, please email the membership committee.
The JLAA reaches out to and embrace all women regardless of age, race, or religion who demonstrate an interest in volunteerism and a commitment to bettering our community.
Learn about Joining the League at our Information Sessions!
www.jlaa.org [email protected]
In the news
HERO OF THE WEEK: Junior League of Ann Arbor – Peg Talburtt, Holly Heaviland, Marcia Miner - A $25,000 donation to Ronald McDonald House, a commitment to volunteerism and advocating for issues affecting women and children, along with numerous community projects, are just a few of the examples of how the Junior League of Ann Arbor plays a vital role in our community.