We are empowering Western New York women by helping them develop civic leadership skills, then giving them the tools to put their unique talents to work in our community!
The Junior League of Buffalo is creating real change in the Western New York region by advancing social activism-focused projects that directly benefit our local community! We make a positive impact through effective action and leadership.
To the The Junior League of Buffalo, becoming a civic leader begins with understanding that local efforts can have a global reach! If you’re interested in collaborating with like-minded women on impactful local projects, you’re in the right place!
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The Junior League of Buffalo, in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State, are excited to announce that artist, Shasti O’Leary has been selected to create a sculpture commemorating its centennial that will be permanently installed on the plaza outside the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State College.
Composed of six vibrantly colored sculptures ranging in height from 5 to 12 feet, the form symbolizes a transformational stop on the lifelong journey of womanhood.
The Junior League of Buffalo is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for its Community Assistance Grants program. Not-for-profits organizations that are directly engaged in improving the quality of life for the vulnerable in WNY are welcome to submit a proposal demonstrating how they would use grant funds to clearly impact a […]
The Junior League of Buffalo is pleased to announce that it has awarded one Community Assistance Small Grant in the amount of $7,000 to Grassroots Gardens of Western New York. The Junior League of Buffalo Community Assistance Small Grant program seeks to support not-for-profit organizations who are directly engaged in Western New York addressing a […]
The Junior League of Buffalo and The Buffalo News are pleased to announce that The Grace Millard Knox House has been selected as the location of the 2021 Decorators’ Show House. The 48,000 square foot French Baroque style home was built by NYC Architect Charles Pierrepont H. Gilbert between 1915-1918 for the widow of Seymour […]
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