Alabama NewsCenter — The power of women: Junior League of Birmingham celebrates 100 years of community service

| April 22, 2022 @ 6:00 pm

By Jesse Chambers
Iron City Ink

The Junior League of Birmingham (JLB), a nonprofit service organization formed in 1922, has survived the Great Depression, World War II, periods of social unrest and tremendous cultural changes.

All the while, the JLB has continued to recruit and train thousands of volunteers who have worked to improve quality of life in the Birmingham area, especially for women and children.

JLB works with many partners to serve the community in four impact areas: health and wellness, education and culture, safety and crisis intervention, and financial stability and economic security.

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