Making An Impact: Tis The Season For…

… Giving. JLSD appreciates our military and the sacrifices they make! We made 8 care packages and had so many donations that I will be making at least 2 more! Thank you so much for your support. #whyijlsd #salutetoserviceIMG_1198.JPGIMG_1199.JPG

Saturday, Dec 3rd: 9th Annual JLSD Jingle Bell Bachelor Bash


The Junior League will host our 9th annual Jingle Bell Bachelor Bash charity auction of the areas most eligible bachelors this Saturday, December 3rd, at Fluxx Nightclub in the Gaslamp District starting at 5pm.

The lively evening includes bachelors ranging in age from 25 to 38, with professions as varied as engineers, physicians, entrepreneurs, and fighter pilots. The evening will kick-off with drinks and appetizers, and the opportunity to view all 20 date packages, which include a wide number of activities from a romantic dinner at the Catamaran Oceana restaurant, to a la Jolla kayak tour, to a private tennis lesson at the Del Mar Tennis Winners Club.  Both single and group date packages are available.

Nathan Fast from San Diego’s hit music station 93.3 and Shelly Wade from IHeartMEDIA’s KMYI San Diego and  Star 94.1 FM will be co-Master’s of Ceremonies, proudly supporting  JLSD and our community partners working with transition-age foster youth.

“For nine years, Jingle Bell Bachelor Bash has been a must-attend event of the holiday season and we are proud to use all the funds raised in the auction to support the Junior League’s mission to train women leaders and improve the San Diego community through our work with transition age foster youth,” said Rachel Scatizzi, Junior League of San Diego President.

Tickets are available online at for $30 per person, or $350 for a VIP table which provides premium seating for up to 5 people, and includes a bottle of champagne and 5 VIP bags. This event is 21 and up, a valid ID will be required to enter FLUXX.


The Main Event – Thank You For Attending


Thank You From JLSD Main Event

Thank you for your generous support of the Junior League of San Diego at our inaugural gala, The Main Event: Fly Me To The Moon.  With 170 attendees, we exceeded our revenue goals with the proceeds benefiting the Junior League of San Diego’s mission based work of developing strong women leaders through our volunteer work with transition age foster youth and community partners.


We would particularly like thank all of our attendees for your generous contributions during our Raise the Paddle! We raised over $13,000 during that alone which is so telling of your generosity and belief in the mission based work The Junior League of San Diego performs.

Also, congratulations to the recipients of the Spirit of Community award winners.  Thank you for all you do for the San Diego Community!

  • Summer Stephan
  • Jeanette Day
  • Kathryn Vaughn

In addition, we would like to thank our sponsors who made this gala and the work we do in our community possible.


To view more images of this fantastic evening, be sure to visit our photo album on our Facebook page.

We look forward to seeing you at The Main Event next year and be sure to Save the Date for the JLSD Food and Wine Festival on May 6, 2017.


#Unselfie – Giving Tuesday


Tuesday, November 29- Mark your calendars  for Giving Tuesday  2016Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday begins the charitable season. #GivingTuesday is a global day for giving to those less fortunate. We ask that you consider donating to the Junior League of San Diego to help us continue our work in the community. Click here to donate now and don’t forget to post your #unselfie by taking a selfie with a sign saying why you’re supporting the Junior League of San Diego!

Making An Impact: NMCSD Fisher House Meal Service



The Naval Medical Center San Diego’s Fisher House provides military families housing close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease, or injury. The families that come are facing a crisis of some sort and are usually very overwhelmed and/or in shock. The Fisher House tries to anticipate ever need the families may have while staying at the House so that they can focus all of their attention on their hospitalized family member.

We had an awesome time Nov 15th providing meals for the Naval Medical Center San Diego’s Fisher Houses and baking some delicious cookies!! The families we met were so grateful and the staff was pretty impressed. We even got to see some of the guest suites and learn about the wonderful services the Fisher House provides for military families. Thank you to the amazing ladies who volunteered for this shift – you all are amazing!


Community Partner Spotlight: TAY Academy

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Junior League of San Diego is proud to partner with TAY Academy. TAY Academy provides a safe, inclusive, youth-led environment planned at five locations throughout San Diego County. The program is a collaborative effort between SDYS, YMCA, and South Bay Community Services to offer resources and give support to transition aged youth (ages 14-25). TAY Academy is designed to be a one-stop center for comprehensive services and support on their journey to independence and self-sufficiency. JLSD has worked closely with TAY Academy on projects such as the Halloween Festival, Thanksgiving Family Feast, and Brand of Brothers.

Learn more about TAY Academy and the great work they are doing in our community here.

JLSD Impact Forum 17 November – Human Trafficking: Advocacy to Action

More than 300,000 girls between the ages of 11 and 17 are lured into the US sex industry annually according to the US Department of Justice.

In San Diego, thousands of young girls are transported into our area from across the border, via our airport and also in events that bring large crowds to our city.

Join the Junior League of San Diego for an informative evening at the 2016 Impact Forum on Human Trafficking: Advocacy to Action on November 17th, 6 – 9 pm, at The Ida and Cecil Green Faculty Club on the UC San Diego campus.  Sign up at