Community Impact

The Junior League of Calgary, since its formation in 1950, has been an organization of Women Building Better Communities®. From our initial programs with the Golden Age Club, Belcher Hospital Library, Booth Memorial Home Nursery School, and the Well Baby Clinic in 1950 to our current programming, the JLC strives to improve the Calgary community by combining the personal and professional experience of trained volunteers with financial resources to address unmet community needs.

Our issue-based approach to community programming ensures we achieve a sustainable and measurable impact, supporting both the JLC mandate and partner needs.  Our issue-based community impact model is: