Lillian Wilson                                 Kelley Settles                                             Allie Smith 

President                                       1st Vice President                                      2nd Vice President

                                                       NUL Washington Bureau Certified Advocate

                                                       Civic Engagement  & Political Awareness 


Thelma Warren Brown                 Joyce Lamkin                                            Chelsea Griffith

Treasurer                                       Recording Secretary                                 Financial Secretary


Peggy May                                    Brenda Pollard                                         John Fielder

Corresponding Secretary            Parliamentarian                                        Sergeant-at-Arms



Darlene Hunt                                Bonnie Thomas-Jeter

Zina Love                                       Affiliate Liaison




National Council of Urban League Guilds

    Betty Ellis, Western Regional Coordinator   


 National Urban League Guild President 

Darril A. George II, Atlanta, Georgia


 National Urban League Guild Vice President

Bobby  W. Scott, Houston , Texas



The LAULG is an auxiliary of the Los Angeles Urban League (LAUL) and shall operate in the same geographical area as the affiliate. It is a volunteer area of the League.


The Los Angeles Urban League Guild (Guild/LAULG) was formed in 1952 with 10 founding ladies.  It included women with experience and knowledge of business, health and welfare, education and social-civic organizations.  Florence Vaughn served as the Guild’s first president.  It is a member of the National Council of Urban League Guilds.


The Los Angeles Urban League Guild serves to stimulate, develop and promote volunteer’s participation and leadership and to assist in the implementation of the League programs.  The Guild shall promote activities to lend financial support to the League and to promote community service to support the League programs.


Members of the Guild still include experienced and knowledgeable women and men in business, health and welfare, education and social-civic organizations. 

The Guild's Beginning



Mollie Moon (July 21, 1912 – June 22, 1990) was the founder and president

of the National Urban League Guild, the fundraising branch of the National

Urban League. She served as president of the Guild for almost 50 years,

from its founding until her death.


Moon served as secretary to the Board of Trustees of the National Urban

League. She founded the National Urban League Guild  in order to raise

funds in support of the League's racial equality programs.  Lester B. Granger,

then director of the Urban League, challenged Moon personally to help the

league become 'financially stable.' At first an informal group, it eventually

developed bylaws and held elections, with Moon serving as president until

her death 1990. The Guild's most well-known fundraising event was its

annual Beaux-Arts Ball, a charity gala with a different theme each year.


Through her efforts with the Urban League Guild and the Urban League,

Mollie Moon worked to improve race relations in New York City and in the

United States at large. Moon was an innovative fundraiser whose creative

ideas and projects helped to support the Urban League and to raise public

awareness about its programs.



Our Mission


The Los Angeles Urban League Guild  works  to advocate, develop and promote volunteer’s participation and leadership. 



Our Vision

Our Vision is to empower our community, through  volunteering, education and

advocacy . A strong African American

community is a better Los Angeles.

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