The Junior League of Topeka is an organization of women whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.

Empowering women, strengthening communities and improving lives since 1937.

For more than 80 years, Junior League members have confronted society’s most pressing issues and tackled its toughest problems, leaving a legacy of reform like no other.
But in a complex world, accelerating and advancing at a rapid pace, change is uncomfortable, conflicts are inevitable, and challenges are cyclical. Problems loom large. Leadership talent and funding are scarce.
To fight these battles, find solutions, and advocate for those in need, a renewable army of women empowered as agents of positive change is essential.
Preparing women to serve their communities is The Junior League’s mission. Because tomorrow there will be new issues and new challenges—and the women of The Junior League will continue to serve as the undeterred voices for action, justice and change.


Women Around the World as Catalysts for Lasting Community Change.


The Junior League of Topeka is guided by the following values:
  • A membership that is inclusive of all women who believe in the importance of women’s civic leadership.
  • The power of collaboration across all sectors to create sustainable and thriving communities.
  • The significance of women exercising leadership widely and broadly throughout the community.
  • A League environment that encourages diversity of opinion and supports multigenerational engagement.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Junior League of Topeka welcomes all women who value our mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities.

Competitive Advantage

What we do best is develop a network of women empowered as leaders to create community change.

Community Impact

In 2018, the Junior League of Topeka adopted the following Issue Based Community Impact Position following a research-based transformation process:

Child Welfare as impacted by violence and community instability. 

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