The Junior League of Houston, Inc. 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 Sarah Houstoun Lindsey Award is presented annually to one member of the League who furthers the mission and its vital role in the community by identifying a need within the League and/or community and dedicating herself to addressing it through her service. This year, the League is honored to recognize Sally Anne Schmidt as…
On Saturday, December 19th, the Junior League hosted the 2nd Community “SUPER” Market. Santa and his Elf gave a warm welcome to more than 185 families from League partner community agencies.In total, this “Holiday” Market enabled the League to provide food for more than 1,000 people and provided basic needs items to almost 450 children.
Each year, The Junior League of Houston, Inc. provides Community Assistance Grants to worthwhile organizations that do not receive ongoing volunteer support or financial assistance through the League’s Community Projects. For 2020 – 2021 the League awarded $150,000 in Community Assistance. Community Assistance Grants are funded, in part, by the Barbara and Roy Adams Endowed…
Taking Home Delivery to a New Level With More Than $600,000 Raised By Shelby Hodge Junior League of Houston president Rachel Regan and Charity Ball chair Amanda Pritchett knew that they had to come up with something special for the 2021 version of the 73-year-old fundraiser. Last February, the 72nd annual gala slipped onto the social calendar only…
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A Vision for Houston
The Junior League of Houston continues a tradition that began in 1925 by 12 visionary women as a means to fund a well-baby clinic for underserved children. That clinic has since expanded its services to become the Junior League Health Care Clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital, and the League has grown to 5,000 women strong. We are every bit as committed to developing the potential of women and strengthening our community today as we were in 1925.
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