The State Public Affairs Committee (SPAC) of Georgia is the advocacy arm of the Junior Leagues of Georgia. SPAC monitors the state and federal legislative process and addresses issues of political importance to the members of the Junior Leagues.
The Junior Leagues of Georgia have weighed in on various topics and have provided support to policies and programs that benefit women and children across the state of Georgia. The State Public Affairs Committee is made up of delegates from the twelve (12) Junior Leagues, representing approximately 10,000 women. Georgia Junior League delegates attend state meetings, non-profit summits, and conferences throughout the year to research and debate the important issues facing Georgia communities.
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The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI) is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The purpose of the State Public Affairs Committee is to coordinate public affairs activities of member Leagues; to assist the Leagues in their public affairs programs; to study and disseminate information to the member Leagues on state and national issues germane to the interest of the Junior Leagues; to provide a channel for possible mutual action and to represent the Junior Leagues of Georgia at the state and federal levels on public affairs issues.