The Association of Junior Leagues International is an organization of women whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.

The Junior League: Women Around the World as Catalysts for Lasting Community Change.

Reaching Out Statement
AJLI reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to voluntarism.

Association Purpose
The purpose of AJLI is to add value to its member Leagues in their fulfillment of the Junior League Mission.

The Power of Association
Formed in 1921, AJLI is a charitable nonprofit organization that provides continuity and support, guidance and leadership development opportunities to 293 Junior Leagues in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. Through regional, national and international meetings, comprehensive resources, customized consultations, League and member benefits, we add value to our member Leagues in their fulfillment of the Junior League Mission.

AJLI is governed by a 20-member Board of Directors, all of whom are members of the Junior Leagues in their communities. The Board is accountable to the Leagues for the development of goals that enhance Leagues’ ability to fulfill the Junior League Mission. The Association’s New York City-based staff, under the leadership of the Executive Director, provides services to Leagues that support the established goals. Read more about the AJLI Board and Staff Leaders.

Access AJLI’s governance documents (certificate of incorporation and bylaws), its conflict of interest policies, its most recent audited financial statements, and its most recently filed IRS returns (Form 990 and Form 990-T).

AJLI is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. All of our programs and activities are supported by League membership dues, foundation and corporate grants and other revenue-producing efforts. Find out how you can support our work and reach our member Leagues at www.ajli.org.

Read about the History of the Junior League Movement.