The Junior League of Houston, Inc. offers the greater Houston community a unique combination of trained volunteers and financial support. The League’s community outreach efforts focus on a variety of critical issues including basic needs, abuse of women and children, healthcare, education and cultural enrichment.
The League has a long history of serving the Houston community. In 1925, the League founded a well-baby clinic to help keep the children of Houston healthy. Today, that project has grown into the Junior League Children’s Health Care Clinic at the world-renowned Texas Children’s Hospital.
This year the League will contribute approximately $2 million in volunteer time and direct financial support to 37 community projects, community assistance grants, emergency and resource contingency grants, collaborations and Done In A Day activities.