JLWCF Little Black Dress Initiative

Founded in 2014 by the Junior League of London, #TheLBDI is a social media-driven awareness campaign and fundraiser. Participants wear one black dress (or outfit) and a branded button for 5 consecutive working days to: RAISE AWARENESS of our League’s issue (Positively Impacting Teenagers) specifically highlighting the difficulties facing those who are in need and… Read More

For the Love of League Member Celebration

Please join us immediately following Annual Dinner for a membership celebration! Sunnyside Country Club, May 18th, 8-11pm This event is FREE and attendance at Annual Dinner is not required to attend. Come mingle, enjoy an exciting raffle and get to know other Actives, Sustainers and potential new members!  Please bring a friend!

2017 Golden Rose awarded to Terry Poe Buschkamp

  Congratulations to JLWCF Sustainer Terry Poe Buschkamp on winning the 2017 Golden Rose award! Each year at Annual Dinner the award is presented to an outstanding Sustaining Member who has exemplified the Junior League spirit of Voluntarism and Leadership throughout our Community.

Our Annual Report

JL Annual Report 2022-2023 JL Annual Report 2021-2022 JL Annual Report 2020-2021 JL Annual Report 2019-2020 JL Annual Report 2018-2019 JL Annual Report 2017-2018 JL Annual Report 2016 2017 JL Annual Report 2015-2016 JL Annual Report 2014-2015 JL Annual Report 2013-2014

Our Leadership Team

2023-2024 Board of Directors President, Danica Haas jlwcfpresident@gmail.com President-Elect, Grace Fereday jlwcfpresidentelect@gmail.com Treasurer, Julia Nenow jlwcftreasurer@gmail.com Governance Board Secretary, Stephanie Seidl jlwcfgovsec@gmail.com Lead Placement Advisor, April Ramsey jlwcfpa@gmail.com Sustainer Representative, Katy Susong     2023-2024 Management Team Vice President of Marketing, Ashley Lang jlwcfmarketing@gmail.com Vice President of Community Impact, Holly DiMarco jlwcfcommunityimpact@gmail.com Vice President of… Read More

Our Story

1930s In 1938, the Junior Service league of Waterloo, Inc. was organized by Mrs. Philip K. Rausch with 40 charter members. 1940s First Charity Ball held in 1940. Early service projects included purchasing eyeglasses for under-privileged dhildren and opening nursery schools as a service to mothers who were working during the war. 1950s The Junior… Read More