The Junior League of Kingston through its volunteer efforts and financial support enhances the well being of families in our community.
The Junior League of Kingston is dedicated to training its members to make their service more efficient and their leadership skills more effective.
More than 150 Active and Sustaining members currently belong to the Junior League of Kingston and we are always looking for more committed members. Our membership covers a wide range of ages and occupations, including lawyers, teachers, mothers and professional women from diverse backgrounds.
The Junior League of Kingston cultivates leaders that have gone on to serve on boards of community organizations, hold positions in government and promote change in their community.
The Junior League of Kingston has been in the forefront of community activism since its inception in 1922. We have always been committed to the health and well-being of women and children in Ulster County, from immunization clinics in the early part of the last century to our successful “Kids Run Wild” project we’ve hosted for the last three years. These projects have trained women in our area to become proactive leaders and proponents of community voluntarism.
The Junior League of Kingston has entered its 90th year of service to our area. We welcome you to explore our website, learn about our history and consider the benefits of voluntarism – for our community as well as yourself!