Message from the President


Thank you for your interest in The Junior League of Houston, Inc. Please explore our website to learn about the impact that our members have on the Greater Houston Area, as well as how agencies can apply for Community Assistance Grants and request League volunteers to serve at their agency. You can also register for free CPR classes. Our League is fortunate to have a beautiful Tea Room open to patron members and League members with numerous special events held throughout the year in addition to daily lunch. We invite you to become a Patron member to see all the Tea Room has to offer, or just to stop by our League building and purchase pre-made items from The Pantry. None of these League activities would be possible without the extreme dedication and service from our 5,000 members.

Since 1925, the Junior League of Houston has been 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 League’s extensive training and education program cultivates a lifetime of civic service, preparing members to serve as advocates of change in the Houston community and strive to make the city better each day. League members are united by their interest in “Building A Better Community,” and League members demonstrate that interest by countless volunteer hours and their service on numerous boards and coalitions throughout the community.

This year, the Junior League of Houston will contribute more than $2 million in volunteer time and direct financial support to 36 community projects, and through grants, community collaborations and community outreach events. The League is able to make this happen because of our amazing community, outstanding Community Partners, and the commitment of the League’s volunteers. Again, thank you for visiting our website, and please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or just to offer support.

Have a great day,

Stephanie Lowrey Magers