The program’s objective is to prepare and inspire teenage girls in the Greater Hartford area to focus on careers, professional goals and financial responsibility. It will also focus on inspiring students to think positively about their future and develop career pathways for themselves.
Come visit The Clothes Horse, located at 175 Park Road in West Hartford. This thrift shop has been a staple of The Junior League of Hartford for over 65 years and new merchandise arrives daily. Check out our inventory of clothing and shoes for men, women & teens, as well as housewares, holiday decor and accessories. To opt into the Clothes Horse’s email distribution list, sign up here!Learn More
Much like a typical marathon, the members of the Junior League of Hartford will be volunteering for a variety of community partners in the Greater Hartford area for 26.2 hours straight! Learn more details about this year’s event, including our participating community partners and read about last year’s inaugural Volunteerathon.Learn More
The Junior League of Hartford, Inc. 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.
The Junior League: Women Around the World as Catalysts for Lasting Community Change.
As part of the Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc., the Junior League of Hartford is part of a network of over 155,000 women in 293 Leagues in four countries who make a difference in their communities every day through their volunteer efforts.
The Junior League of Hartford has celebrated almost a century of impacting the Greater Hartford community. Founded in 1921, the League has seen many changes over the decades, but has remained rooted in its mission and implemented wide-ranging community programs that continue to serve the community today. The League’s current community impact focus is Empowering Women and Girls to Overcome Obstacles. The JLH is currently collaborating with Junior Achievement of Southwest Connecticut on the development of a career preparation program for teenage girls.