About Us

Who We Are…
The Junior League of Anniston-Calhoun, Inc. is a diverse group of women over the age of 21 who come from all walks of life. We reach out to all women who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to volunteerism. More than 90% of our members work outside of the home but remain committed to volunteering their time to the Junior League to make our community a better place. We have recent college graduates, professional working women, small business owners, stay-at-home moms, grandmothers and everything in between.  We all come together with the common goal to empower women with skills to make them better leaders at home and in the community. We enjoy meeting new people and making our community a better place!

What We Do…

Our focus area is Developing the Potential of Women. Our goal is to provide opportunities for women, both inside and outside of the League, to achieve self-improvement, increase self-confidence, build leadership qualities, and prepare women to change the world. We do this through educational speakers at our monthly meetings, attending leadership training seminars and online programs offered by the Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. 

We recently completed the Girls Graduate (G2) mentor program with Anniston High School. 

Beginning with the 2021-2022 year, we shifted our focus to ending Human Trafficking and combatting homelessness in our community.
We support our focus area through fundraisers and partnerships with local businesses. 

The Association of Junior Leagues International condemns discrimination, racism, and racial injustice in our communities and in our Junior Leagues. Black women and other women of color have been systemically denied equity and inclusion in our economy, education, civic privileges, and responsibilities in the voluntary sector, including in The Junior League. As affirmed by our member Junior Leagues, we are accelerating our efforts to take action and advance definitive, measurable policies and practices that eliminate racism in our countries, our communities, and our Junior Leagues. When we do this, we unlock tremendous power for our communities and realize our vision of women around the world as catalysts for lasting change.



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