The Junior League of Fayetteville is a community volunteer organization with over 400 local volunteers. We began as a Junior Service League in 1960 and became the Junior League of Fayetteville in 1977. Junior League of Fayetteville volunteers partner with various agencies to effect change in child health and welfare. The Junior League of Fayetteville is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI), which has 290 member Junior Leagues and 160,000 members internationally.
The Junior League of Fayetteville (JLF) 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.
Fostering a rewarding and welcoming environment for women, the Junior League of Fayetteville’s membership will use its training, education, and expertise to address community issues through voluntarism. The Junior League of Fayetteville will be the organization to which the community turns for resources, knowledge, and funding.
The Junior League of Fayetteville recognizes that the health and welfare of our society depends on the health and welfare of its children. We commit our programs, projects, and advocacy to ensuring children ages 0 to 18 have the opportunity and services essential to their physical, intellectual, emotional, and social well-being.