The mission of the Junior League of Greater Orlando (JLGO) is to train women into civic leaders who can understand the needs of the community in order to make an impact. True to our mission, the JLGO has tackled the toughest and most critical issues in our community for nearly 75 years. Our community is constantly changing, and the most pressing issues are complex. The JLGO seeks to bring about positive, meaningful, lasting change through advocacy on issues related to our mission as well as through targeted, strategic initiatives.


The Junior League of Greater Orlando is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion through a designated committee as well as a leadership ambassador program. The purpose of our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is to champion diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Junior League of Greater Orlando as we strive to train women as civic leaders who provide meaningful community impact. 


Voting is one of the most important civic duties that we hold as American citizens. This Fall, the JLGO is participating in a non-partisan voter registration and education drive. It is our hope that through the work of our members, we will be able to sign up many unregistered voters in our community and beyond ahead of the 2020 Presidential Election.

Learn more about our Voter Registration Drive here.


Established in 2018, the JLGO’s Human Trafficking Awareness Committee raises awareness about human trafficking in the Greater Orlando community. During its pilot year, the committee successfully hosted a sold-out movie screening, informational panel, and donation drive for survivors. This year, the Human Trafficking Awareness Committee will partner with Samaritan Village to provide volunteer assistance to survivors of human trafficking; will host a Fall film screening; and will oversee the JLGO’s January social media campaign during Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The committee will also continue its work with the Greater Orlando Human Trafficking Task Force by providing volunteer support for January’s Human Trafficking Awareness Day event.

Learn more about our community partner Samaritan Village here.


The JLGO participates in the State of Florida Public Affairs Committee (SPAC), an organization of League members representing 24 Junior Leagues and over 11,000 League members across the state of Florida. The JLGO’s Vice President of Community serves as our Florida SPAC Delegate each year. The State of Florida Public Affairs Committee has advocated for issues related to the Junior League mission for over 40 years.