Improving Our CommunityA Legacy of Service, A Future of Opportunity
Over 800 active volunteers have joined the Junior League with many goals in mind, but we all work together to build a better community for women, children, and families in Nashville. From our beginnings in 1922, and the founding of the revolutionary Junior League Home for Crippled Children, through the next eight decades, Junior League of Nashville members have sought out Nashville's critical challenges and found the resources and people to change lives.
Tennessee Junior Leagues unite through a group known at the Tennessee Advocacy and Public Awareness Committee (TAPA). To learn more about TAPA's mission, priorities, and position statements, click here.