On Dec. 10, 2022, we celebrated the Junior League of Memphis serving our community for one-hundred years!  Thank you for contributing to our Sequins & Centennial Celebrations and joining us for an evening of dancing and celebrating to honor our mission.

Because of past fundraisers and community support, we’ve been able to positively impact the lives of so many Memphis families.  Click here to read about our current community partnerships and programs.

For 100 years, the Junior League of Memphis has been an organization that isn’t afraid to roll up its sleeves and get things done.

In 1922, a group of 17 women gathered with the purpose of starting a local branch of the Association of Junior Leagues of America.  Their first order of business was to approve donations to a local orphanage and service to the blind.  Junior League of Memphis has started, coordinated, or contributed to many of Memphis’ most worthwhile organizations.

These include – Volunteer Mid-South, WKNO, Memphis in May, Church Health Center, Hope House, Children’s Museum of Memphis, The Salvation Army, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, Memphis Arts Council, The Memphis Symphony, Friends of the Orpheum, Emmanuel Episcopal Center, the Memphis Alcohol and Drug Council, and the list goes on.

Our commitment to the Memphis community and attracting women that are catalysts for change will propel us into the next one hundred years.  Click here to read how we are impacting the lives of Memphians.


Special sponsor shoutout to Silent Events, without their support we would not be able to offer the silent disco to take you dancing into the wee hours!