Our unique curriculum at Girls on the Run combines social-emotional learning with running to build girls up and give them the tools they need to grow into healthy, confident, joyful women.
For 20 years, the Junior League of Atlanta’s Tour of Kitchens has allowed foodies to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into some of the most artistically designed kitchens in some of Atlanta’s most notable neighborhoods.
The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) has spent a century developing the potential of women and improving the community through leadership of trained volunteers. The impact of that training is readily apparent in non-profit organizations across the city. From […]
This month, the U.S. recognizes the 7th annual National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, designed to culminate in our nation’s annual celebration of National Freedom Day on February 1st.
By Cara Hergenroether January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of what the Department of Homeland Security calls modern day slavery, both around the world and in the city of Atlanta. In recognition of Human Trafficking […]
Most present for me this season is the sense that we may be forgetting the very folks we see every day. They become invisible. We may not even know they are struggling to take care of themselves and their families.
Those serving inside the League gain key management skills like developing a line budget, managing volunteers, and advocating for important issues. The constant question is what more can we do to train the next generation of women leaders?
By Kim E. Anderson, CEO of Families First, Inc. Many are called to community service, many even excel and do great work, but Lucy Carpenter Vance is truly in a class by herself. A devoted volunteer and advocate for underserved […]