The Junior League of Lubbock, Inc. is an organization of women whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.
Board of Directors: Embracing the unique contributions and passions of each volunteer
Operations Council: Honoring our traditions of innovation by creating initiatives to address changing needs
Membership Development Council: Balancing the organization’s goals and the membership’s needs for flexibility
Community Impact Council: Focusing our resources, efforts, and training of volunteers to maximize our impact in the community
Fund Development & Finance Councils: Maintaining fiscal responsibility while securing new funding sources
The Junior League of Lubbock reaches out to women in the Lubbock and surrounding areas of all races, religions and national origins who have an interest in volunteering to make the Lubbock Community a better place. The JLL is one of the 291 Junior Leagues in the Association of Junior Leagues International.
From 1935 until today, the Junior League of Lubbock has been making an impact in the Lubbock community through volunteer hours, community projects, fundraising, scholarships, and grants. Our legacy continues to grow as we move into new areas and find ways to improve our community.
As the Chief Executive Officer of the Junior League of Lubbock, the President presides over all League activities in an advisory capacity.
Committees represent activities which are continuing program in the League and are chaired by members who comprise the Leadership Team.
The Community Advisory Council meets twice a year to provide guidance to the JLL regarding existing and planned programs and services.
The Junior League of Lubbock, Inc. (the organization) is a not-for-profit organization exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Junior League of Lubbock Headquarters facility is available for rent to non-profit agencies.