Meet the Junior League of Las Vegas
Allow us to introduce ourselves! The Junior League of Las Vegas, together with its predecessor, the Service League of Las Vegas, has served the Las Vegas community for more than 77 years. Our organization has been instrumental in founding numerous nonprofits and in improving the community through the thousands of volunteer hours contributed by our members. JLLV is a proud member of an international association of Junior Leagues (AJLI) that is comprised of 295 leagues and more than 125,000 strong women.
Junior League of Las Vegas is made up of more than 500 exciting and diverse women from across the Las Vegas Valley. With a membership comprised of so many women of different backgrounds with different experiences and with a dedicated focus area, we can really make an impact in the community we serve. Some of our many projects include a partnership with the Shannon West Homeless Youth Center, annual drives for Thanksgiving meals and holiday gifts for children, and donating thousands of dollars annually to local educators through our Education Grants program, to name a few. You can see a list of our current projects here.
DID YOU KNOW…
JLLV was fundamental in the establishment of dozens of the nonprofits you see across the Las Vegas Valley today, including:
- HELP of Southern Nevada
- Shannon West Homeless Youth Center
- Discovery Children’s Museum
- The Shade Tree Women’s Shelter
- Ronald McDonald House
- And many more!
At the Junior League of Las Vegas, our mission centers around a culture of volunteerism, developing women, and improving the community. This mission is central to our work in diversity and inclusion, as we see direct parallels. We are committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging and strive to create a space that reflects the communities we serve where everyone feels comfortable showing up as their authentic selves.
All women who value our mission are welcome.
AREA OF FOCUS
We work to help end human trafficking in Southern Nevada through programs and services focused on awareness, advocacy, partnerships, preventative education and the health and well being of victims past and present.