Building a Better Syracuse

For 95 years, we have trained women to be valued community volunteers. Through service and financial support we have also been instrumental in the development and growth of well-known philanthropic community assets and have responded to urgent social issues.

What we're doing

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95 for 95

95 minutes over 95 hours to celebrate 95 years! Junior League of Syracuse members are commemorating our 95th anniversary by participating in a hands-on volunteer outreach initiative with community organizations.

Join Us!

Join Us!

Are you a CNY-area woman looking to learn more about opportunities to serve the Syracuse community? The Junior League of Syracuse is forming our latest new member class this fall and we invite you to join us.


95 Years Strong

For 95 years, the Junior League of Syracuse has been instrumental in developing and supporting the initiatives and institutions that have helped make Syracuse a better place to live, work, learn, and play.



The Junior League of Syracuse held our third annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Expo event at Danforth Middle School on May 1.


Ending Human Trafficking

The Junior League of Syracuse is committed to raising awareness of and educating the community about the risks of human trafficking in the Central New York area.

  • Oct01

    95 for 95

    Members honor the JLS' 95th anniversary by volunteering within the Syracuse community
  • Nov13

    Holiday Shoppes 2015

    Enjoy boutique shopping at its best at our 20th anniversary of Holiday Shoppes
  • Apr01

    STEM Expo

    Fourth annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Expo

The Junior League of Syracuse is raising awareness that human trafficking occurs here in Central New York

Human trafficking is an organized criminal activity for the purpose of involuntary sexual slavery, forced labor, or commercial exploitation. Human trafficking is a global, national, and local problem.