Who We Are
The Junior League of Denver is a women’s training organization that develops civic leaders committed to improving our community. We are currently working to improve literacy rates in the Denver metro area for children birth through third grade. Founded in 1918, the League started many well-known Denver institutions including the Children’s Museum of Denver, the Mile High Transplant Bank and the Red Rocks Concert Series.
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About the JLD
The Junior League of Denver, Incorporated (founded in 1918), 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.
Our Community Focus
We are currently working to improve literacy rates in the Denver metro area for children birth through third grade. Learn more about our literacy efforts
Live the Legacy: Give, Grow, Get Connected
The JLD is an organization where women Give back to their community, Grow professionally and as leaders, and Get Connected to other women.
We provide leadership (and overall) training for women. For instance, a woman who is an engineer by day can volunteer in PR/Marketing, broadening her skill set. This is a vital part of our mission. Why join? Watch a short video to find out why you should join! Learn more about becoming a member
The JLD has a proud history of public policy and advocacy. In 1987, the JLD was the first League in the United States to hire a government affairs specialist. Learn more