• Best in the Quad Cities

    Best in the Quad Cities

    Junior League of the Quad Cities has been voted the 2014 Reader’s Choice Best Charitable/Community Service in the Quad Cities! We're so proud of our work and thank all who voted for this honor.
  • I AM Inspired!

    I AM Inspired!

    Check out our "I AM" blog to hear directly from JLQC members about their experiences in League.
  • Save the Date: I AM Strong Mudventure Race

    Save the Date: I AM Strong Mudventure Race

    JLQC will host the 4th annual I AM Strong 5K Mudventure Race on August 8, 2015 in Coal Valley, Illinois.
  • Patricia Locke Launches Custom I AM Bracelet

    Patricia Locke Launches Custom I AM Bracelet

    Patricia Locke has designed the I AM bracelet, a piece custom made for the Junior League of the Quad Cities. Necker’s Jewelers will be selling the I AM bracelet with a portion of the sales donated back to JLQC. For more information on our I AM Initiatives, visit the link below.
  • Support Impactful Change

    Support Impactful Change

    In the past two years, Junior League of the Quad Cities members have provided over 3,250 hours of volunteer service and invested more than $81,500 in the Quad Cities community through our 17 projects.

Join Us

Junior League is open to women of all races, religions, and national origins who share our commitment to voluntarism and to improving our community. Each year we welcome a new group of women who want to get involved and make a significant impact on those around them. We hope you are one of these women.

Support Us

Every year the Junior League of the Quad Cities lends its time, talents and financial support to many charities and special projects in the Quad Cities. We rely on our membership and the community to support our mission of promoting voluntarism, developing women, and improving our community.

"I AM" Blog

Dear Taste of the Vine attendees:

Thank you all for the incredible level of support you showed at our annual fundraiser on April 9, 2015. We had hoped that following the start of spring, we would have had decent weather, but in...