Junior League of Northwest Arkansas

What we do

OUR COMMUNITY IMPACT

The Junior League emphasizes the training of women in volunteer service and developing their potential to act as community leaders. This commitment to training not only serves the needs of our League, but it also provides a service to other local organizations, both non-profit and for profit.



The Touch a Truck event helps the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas support its mission and community projects such as Children's House, Havenwood, Restoration Village and That's My Bag project for foster children; while providing families the opportunity to learn about and explore trucks, construction vehicles and public safety equipment.

Join Junior League

New members attend training for one year. Emphasis includes learning about the League, developing volunteer skills and meeting other members. The Junior League emphasizes the training of women in volunteer service and developing their potential to act as community leaders.

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JLNWA Community Impact and Events

The Junior League measures success not only by the partnerships we make to impact the community, but also by the members developed to move into service with other organizations and boards. Currently, Junior League members serve on the board of directors for Walton Arts Center, NWA American Heart Association, Project for Victims of Family Violence... read more


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our mission

The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas 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.