our mission

The Junior League of Macon is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

By concentrating our volunteer efforts, the Junior League of Macon, Inc. will be a significant force in improving literacy and school readiness in the Middle Georgia community through school partnerships, education, fund raising, advocacy, and hands-on projects. We will enhance our effectiveness in the community by striving to maintain membership satisfaction.

community impact


The Junior League of Macon is changing!  By focusing on childhood literacy and school readiness now, our long-term goal is to help create a certified-literate community in Bibb County for the future.  To learn more about our new focus area, click here.

community impact

For more information on our 2013-2014 Community Advisory Board, please click here.

community impact

Tanya G. Allen, Principal, Burdell-Hunt Magnet Elementary in Macon, reads to a group of students in the school's Library Media Center.

Between The Lines is a partnership with Central Georgia Technical Colleges Adult Learning Center to provide an opportunity for new adult readers to share the joy of reading with their children and grandchildren. Junior League will provide a book and help the adult’s record themselves reading the book to celebrate their accomplishments. For more information about the Adult Learning Center visit www.centragatech.edu.

To help the us purchase the books, click here.

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highlights

Touch a Truck, April 16

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Touch A Truck!  Saturday April 16th in the Northway Church parking lot on Zebulon Road from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Quiet Hour is from 10:00-11:00 AM)

Community-Wide Book Club

Last year, The Junior League of Macon hosted its first ever Community-Wide Book Club focused on Peanut Butter and Naan by Jennifer Magnuson. The feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive and the need for such a program was evident. The League will be hosting another book club in the Spring of 2016. Stay tuned to our website and blog for more details!

Bookin' It 5K

Thank you to everyone who supported Bookin' It this year!!

JLM News

The Junior League of Macon is excited to announce a brand new way to keep members and supporters in-the-know: The JLM Blog.

 

Touch a Truck

Fundraising Partnerships

Make a Donation

         Upcoming Dates:  February 29-March 4 The Little Black Dress Initiative ... April 16: Touch A Truck
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         Upcoming Dates:  February 29-March 4 The Little Black Dress Initiative ... April 16: Touch A Truck
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