The Junior League of Monroe 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.
Since 1930, members of the Junior League of Monroe have devoted countless volunteer hours to meet the needs of the people and organizations of our community. Community leaders have always looked to the Junior League of Monroe for leadership in starting new community programs. As a result, the Junior League of Monroe has often been the catalyst that turned an idea into a success that benefited many in our area. Here are a few examples of programs that we have started in recent years: CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocate, Teen Screen, Shots for Tots, Teen Court, Operation Abstinence, and Project Child