Associations


Canadian Federation of Junior Leagues (CFJL)

The first Canadian Junior League was established in Montreal, Quebec in 1912. It was followed closely by others in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Halifax, Hamilton-Burlington, Toronto and Winnipeg.

For over 30 years, the Canadian Federation of Junior Leagues (CFJL) has served as the link among Junior Leagues within Canada for the purpose of networking, sharing best practices and leveraging the presence of the Junior League movement in Canada. A key purpose of the Federation is to promote a strong national presence in Canada and to effectively increase the international presence of the Association of Junior Leagues International Inc.

The Canadian Federation of Junior Leagues consists of five Junior Leagues across Canada: Halifax, Toronto, Hamilton-Burlington, Calgary and Edmonton.

CFJL Mission

To support the success of the Canadian Junior Leagues by:

  • Maximizing and leveraging resources available within the National JL Network
  • Providing benefits to active and sustaining JL members, through their participation in CFJL opportunities and
  • Creating a synergy that will position the Canadian Junior Leagues as the organization that prepares and empowers women to effect change in their communities of interest.

CFJL Purpose

CFJL represents the unique perspectives and needs of the Canadian Junior Leagues to AJLI and external stakeholders. It is a vehicle that encourages the sharing of resources, maximizes synergies between the Canadian Leagues and strives to develop a national presence for leagues in Canada.

Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI)

The Association of Junior Leagues International Inc. (AJLI) is made up of 292 Junior Leagues in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. Formed in 1921 by member Junior Leagues, the Association exists to add value to Junior Leagues in their fulfillment of the Junior League Mission—to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Website: www.ajli.org

 

Headquarters:

The Association of Junior Leagues International Inc.
80 Maiden Lane, Suite 305
New York, NY 10038-411
Tel: (212) 951-8300 – Fax: (212) 481-7196

Member log-in: member’s unique username and password*
Email: info@ajli.org

 

Service Hotline:

(For Junior League Members and League office staff only)
U.S. and Canada – 1 (800) 95-LEAGUE – 1 (800) 955-3248
Mexico – 001.800.955.3248
England – 0800.960.185