Since 1923

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    Since 1923, the Junior League of Stamford-Norwalk has invested more than $2,500,000 on our communities. We couldn’t do all that we do without the support of our generous corporate and individual sponsors. Make a difference in the community today with a monetary or in-kind donation to a fundraiser or volunteer event.

  • About Us

    JLSN women plan, organize, and execute community service events in Stamford, Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Wilton, Weston, Westport, and Ridgefield. Whether it be reading to elementary school children, serving a warm meal to the homeless, or cleaning up area beaches, our members put their leadership skills to work building better communities.

Strides-for-Her_croppedThe Junior League of Stamford-Norwalk, Inc. is proud to partner with the American Cancer Society to present a morning of women’s wellness at Dolce Norwalk.

Begin your day with the American Cancer Society’s 2nd Annual Women Leading the Way to Wellness Breakfast, an informative session about women’s health. Afterwards, attendees are invited to take part in JLSN’s Strides for Her, our inaugural walk for women’s wellness. Taking place on the Dolce’s picturesque property, this one-mile walk will celebrate our mission of building better communities through the creation of strong leaders.

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    Family Literacy Nights

    Through Family Literacy Nights, JLSN practices reading skills with elementary school children while arming parents with the tools they need to help their child succeed.

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  • JLSN Members log items collected from Stamford beaches during an event with International Coastal Cleanup

    Done in a Day

    Done In A Day service events offer a boost of support for local non-profits that require additional volunteer power for their success.

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    Book Drives

    Community book drives fuel our book giveaways and help us make reading more accessible to area children by building their personal libraries.

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