Austin Junior Forum (AJF) is a non-profit volunteer organization supporting women, children, and the elderly in the Austin, Texas, area through community service and fund raising.
AJF serves the community in many different ways, from hands-on community service work to raising funds to provide grants to charities and non-profits in our community. We partner with several local organizations to prepare meals, foster education and creativity, provide comfort and hope where needed, and celebrate triumph over adversity. In addition to volunteering with local charities and non-profits, we have two internal community service projects: the Teddy Bear Program, which provides stuffed Teddy Bears and Dalmatians to Austin's emergency services agencies for children in crisis situations; and Caswell House Etiquette Classes, which help children and youth develop the skills they need to put their best foot forward when they step out into the world. Our annual fundraiser, Christmas at Caswell House, raises funds that are distributed to area charities and non-profits through our Grants Program.
Teddy Bear Golf TournamentMany thanks to everyone who came out on Monday, April 8th, to the beautiful Twin Creeks Country Club in support of AJF's Teddy Bear Program!
Caswell House Etiquette ClassRegistration for Caswell House Etiquette Class is currently open! For more information on the class we offer or to register your students, click here.