IN THIS TIME OF CRISIS, THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR STAFF, VOLUNTEERS, AND PARTNERS ARE OUR HIGHEST PRIORITIES.
The JLSF is canceling or postponing all large events into the month of May, in light of recent public health recommendations from local and federal officials. Please continue to check our website for more information on how we are serving our partners to meet critical community needs and for additional updates around our programming.
Promoting Voluntarism - Developing the Potential of Women - Improving the Community
Member Success Stories: Digital Marketing Coordinator Lana Chan I moved to San Francisco more than 8 years ago and didn’t know anybody. My boss was a JLSF member, who encouraged me to join after discovering I like to help people, and recommended I join for networking as well. I later went to an info… Read More
Member Success Stories: Home Tour Committee Nicole Horodas I joined the Junior League of San Francisco (JLSF) in 2015 after moving to San Francisco from Boston and have served all 4 years on the Home Tour Committee. My past 3 years have been spent as the Operations Chair. As a litigation attorney, attention to detail, organization,… Read More
Member Success Stories: Community Impact Jenay Tower As a member of the Junior League of San Francisco for six years, I have had the opportunity to serve on multiple committees, spanning from Enabling Funds to Raphael House to Finance. Although the committees change over time to meet the needs of the League and community, I… Read More
Member Success Stories: Community Impact Maggie Moseley Of all the committees that the Junior League of San Francisco (JLSF) offered when I transferred here from the Birmingham, Alabama, chapter last June, the Institute on Aging Center for Elderly Suicide Prevention and Grief-Related Services (IoA) and its Friendship Line intrigued me the most. Located at the… Read More
Member Success Story: Community Impact Lora Lee I joined the Junior League of San Francisco (JLSF) several years ago after transferring from the Seattle Junior League chapter. It’s been both personally and professionally rewarding in many ways. I’ve formed new friendships with incredible women I wouldn’t have otherwise met. I’ve stretched my leadership skills outside… Read More
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The Junior League of San Francisco, Inc. (JLSF) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The JLSF is one of 17 Junior Leagues in California who participate in the State Public Affairs Committee (SPAC), which advocates for non-partisan legislation that supports League initiatives. Each year, JLSF sends two members to participate in SPAC, and these delegates advocate for community programs and help to research, analyze, and draft important legislation.
Each year, the JLSF partners with multiple community organizations whose missions match our community focus areas. For the 2017-2018 league year, the JSLF will be partnering with organizations who support the at-risk youth and elderly populations – Project Open Hand, SMART, Safe & Sound, and the San Francisco Education Fund.
The JLSF conducts an annual diaper drive to support Help a Mother Out, a nonprofit organization that provides diapers, raises awareness, and advocates for long term change in the social safety net. Our contribution helps bolster the social and emotional health of young women and babies by creating stability and teaching self-sufficiency.
Through JLSF’s Done in a Day (DIAD) program, nonprofit organizations within the San Francisco Bay Area community can request JLSF volunteers to support their activities. DIAD volunteers participate in single day events or short-term projects that advance the JLSF focus area of supporting the social and emotional health of at-risk youth and elderly populations.
Our Focus Area
Advancing the social and emotional well-being of youth and elderly in San Francisco.
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