Recent News

  • Upstate Business Journal names JLG Sustainer Minor Mickel Shaw "The Legend" in 2016 Who's Who Profile

    May 2016 – Minor Mickel Shaw, Greenville community leader and current Sustaining Member and former president of the Junior League of Greenville, talks about how she used her involvement in local organizations to help develop Greenville's community. Read the article here.
  • Junior League of Greenville Awards Over $50,000 in Grant Money to Local Non-Profit Agencies

    February 2016 – This year, the Junior League of Greenville, Inc. awarded $50,383 to four non-profit agencies in the Greenville community in early January during a General Membership Meeting. Read the article here.
  • The Greenville News shares story of JLG Sustainer Holiday Bag Project

    December 2015 – The Greenville News recently featured Sustainer Representative Kimberly Cooley and the JLG Sustainer Holiday Gift Bag project. Read the article here.
  • Junior League of Greenville Names 2015-16 Board of Directors

    October 2015 – The Junior League of Greenville names the 2015-2016 Board of Directors. The group is led by president Rebecca Feldman who succeeds Kathryn Freedman. The 2015-2016 Board of Directors’ term began June 1 and will last until May 31, 2016.  The new Board of Directors kicked off their leadership at the September General Membership Meeting. For a list of Board Members, read this announcement.
  • Junior League of Greenville's Gears Up for 2015 Home Run for Healthy Kids®

    September  2015 – On Oct. 22-23, 2015, the Junior League of Greenville will once again partner with Greenville County Schools for its Home Run for Healthy Kids® event. Over the past seven years, this event has reached more than 15,000 students and spent over $120,000 in order to provide educational information about safety, physical well-being, nutrition and healthy lifestyles in a fun atmosphere. Learn more about Home Run for Healthy Kids® and the impact it’s having on the Greenville community.
  • Junior League of Greenville's Nearly New Shop Named "Best in the Upstate"

    July  2015 – The Nearly New Shop was voted "Best Consignment Store" in the Best of the Upstate Awards presented by The Greenville News. Thank you to all who voted and be sure to follow the Nearly New Shop on Facebook and Instagram for the latest sale updates!
  • Junior League of Greenville President Shares Story with Stories Of The Upstate

    July  2015 – Rebecca Feldman, 2015-2016 Junior League of Greenville President, sat down with Stories of the Upstate™ to share her story and give a little insight into what it's like being President of the League. Listen to her interview here.
  • Junior League of Greenville Announces New President for 2015-16 Year

    June  2015 – The Junior League of Greenville is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Feldman as 2015-2016 League President. Rebecca joined the Junior League of Greenville 14 years ago and has served in various leadership roles since, contributing to furthering the League’s mission of improving the community of Greenville and developing the potential of women. Read more...
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Grant Process Timeline

The Junior League of Greenville, Inc. awards financial grants to non-profit agencies in the Greenville community each year. Checks are presented to agencies that receive grant monies in February. The grant process is outlined in the timeline below. For more information, visit our Community Grants page, or email Hedrick Lewis, Chair of our Community Project Research & Development (CPR&D) Committee.

  • Open House

    June 9, 2016

    Grant Application Open House

    Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
    JLG Headquarters
    118 Greenacre Road
    Greenville, SC 29607

    Someone from your agency must attend the Open House to be eligible to apply. Application packets will only be available at the Open House.  

    Email for more information.

  • Applications Due

    August 1, 2016
    Review of applications begins.
  • Finalists Selected

    November 2016
    After rigorous research, CPR&D will make their recommendations.
  • Recipients Notified

    November 2016
    All applicants will be contacted by CPR&D by the end of November.
  • Presentation

    January 2017
    Checks will be presented to grant recipients. 
    Grant projects need to be completed between January 2017 and January 2018.