Promoting Nutrition, Creating Access

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

What are we doing?

Strong Moms Strong Girls

Strong Moms Strong Girls is a curriculum addressing the challenges of relational aggression. Relational aggression is a broad term but includes behaviors such as gossiping, spreading rumors, or threatening to reject or exclude someone (from Girlfighting, Lyn Mikel Brown). The goal of the program is to familiarize parents, educators, and caregivers with the uniqueness and intricacies of relational aggression. Strong Moms Strong Girls gives participants language and tools to be able to identify relational aggression and reduce its impact on girls. While Strong Moms Strong Girls addresses all relational aggression, the curriculum emphasizes “Figuring Out Friendships” – the relational aggression that can happen between friends. 

Kids in the Kitchen

On Aug. 18th from 6:30-7:30pm, kids in grades 1-5 can join the Junior League of Ann Arbor at the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum for an evening workshop: "Healthy Eating from Head to Toe", as part of the Kids in the Kitchen program. Kids will do science experiments focused on the senses, make a nutritious snack, and play games. Food provided by the People’s Food Co-op. Check back for more information on our upcoming events soon!


Become a New Member

We are beginning our search for our 2016 New Member class! Join us at one of our open houses to meet current members of the Junior League of Ann Arbor and to learn about our great organization! A brief presentation will be made and light snacks and refreshments will be served. 

The Fall 2016 - 17 New Member class is now closed. 

There are still a few days left to register for the Winter class!


Produce Distribution

The Junior League of Ann Arbor is proud of its Produce Distribution program. The program began in Fall 2012. In partnership with Food Gatherers - the food rescue and food bank program serving Washtenaw County, the Junior League of Ann Arbor Produce Distribution program fights childhood hunger and obesity in Washtenaw County by providing fresh fruits and vegetables, nutritious snacks, and health education.



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Coming Up!

  • Jan


    Join us for a seated tea with snacks, raffle, activity stations & a keynote speaker.

    Where: Cobblestone Farm

    When: 2-4pm

  • Feb


    Join the Junior League of Ann Arbor to learn more about the details of Human Trafficking from experts in our community and how you can make a difference. 

    Where: Skyling High School

    When: 7-9pm

  • Feb


    Join the Junior League of Ann Arbor for a fun day of volunteering with Food Gatherers, film viewing, and discussion on the importance of food availability in communities.

    Where: Food Gatherers Warehouse

    When: Choose to attend from 10:30am to 12:30pm or 11:30am to 1:30pm