State Public Affairs Committee: Women’s Suffrage Centennial Update

August 2020 is National Women’s Suffrage Month, a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the women’s right to vote. We also recognize that, while the 19th Amendment to the Constitution granted women the right to vote in the United States, racial discrimination continued to prevent many women from voting.  Ways to educate yourself: And She… Read More

JLSF Response to Racial Injustice

This has been a tragic week, where we’ve watched the hurt and anger on display at the racial injustices that are pervasive in our society. The JLSF is committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations, and communities. As such, we cannot stay silent and sit on the sidelines while these horrible injustices continue. We… Read More

JLSF COVID-19 Response Update

We hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and healthy right now! Here are this week’s updates on our COVID19 response and resources. Our new dues timeline has been announced to members. Members can find this information in the Special eblast that went out. A new placement process kicked off last week. We started a… Read More

JLSF COVID-19 Response Update

5 actions we are taking this week We have made Enabling Grants to 6 incredible organizations – Project Open Hand, HELP at CPMC, LSS of Northern California, KEEN San Francisco, Safe & Sound, and Institute on Aging! We hosted an incredible Town Hall with Dr. Rutherford of UCSF on 4/13 to learn more about the… Read More

JLSF COVID-19 Response Update

We hope you, your families, and loved ones are continuing to stay safe and healthy right now. The community that we’ve built as a league and role we have to support each other and the San Francisco community feels more important than ever. Last week, our Executive Management Team worked to pull together a COVID-19… Read More

Member Success Stories: Lana Chan

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: Nicole Horodas

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: Jenay Tower

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: Maggie Moseley

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

March Madness Kickoff Party

Thursday, March 21, 2019

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at The Brixton

Join The Junior League of San Francisco at The Brixton to kick off the first round of March Madness! Enjoy a fun evening of college basketball, specialty cocktails, games, a DJ, silent auction, and more. The March Madness Kickoff Party is open to all JLSF members and the public, so bring your friends and your… Read More