Junior League of Greenville introduces Community Partner T-Shirts

The Junior of Greenville is proud to offer a Community Partner T-Shirt. This shirt is offered in three unique colors: Heather Slate, Heather Dusty Blue and Heather Red. Shirts are available for Pre-order via the JLG webpage. By pre-ordering your shirt you have the opportunity to pick any size and color you would like. Shirts… Read More

Junior League of Greenville Sustainers Supporting the Greenville Community

The following Junior League of Greenville Sustainers are also members of the Charity Ball Board of Greenville and helped select this year’s 2021 Rose Ball Beneficiaries: Mrs. Edward Perry Heidtman IV (Leigh), Secretary Mrs. Hector McLean III (Kristen), Rose Ball Chairman Mrs. Don Wayne Cooley (Kimberly), Rose Ball Vice Chairman Ms. Courtney Celeste Atkinson (Courtney),… Read More

JLG Members Help Supports The Family Effect Trunk or Treat 2020 Event

Our Economic Mobility Impact Committee members played a huge role in helping the Family Effect Trunk or Treat 2020 Event come to fruition! Since they couldn’t bring donors into the facility for their normal donor appreciation event, we helped facilitate an ice cream social for the families that coincided with a Trunk or Treat event… Read More

TOWN Carolina 2020 Charitable Giving Awards

The Junior League of Greenville has ties to two award winners for the TOWN Carolina 2020 Charitable Giving Awards. The Leadership in Arts Award was awarded to the South Carolina Children’s Theatre (SCCT). The JLG gave a $100,000 grant to support the SCCT Capital Campaign and previously supported SCCT with trained volunteers. The Community Spirit Award was… Read More

Greenville Journal – JLG’s Little Black Dress Initiative to take place Nov. 9-13

Excerpt from the article in the Greenville Journal about the Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI): The Junior League of Greenville presents the Little Black Dress Initiative, a fundraising event to raise money and awareness for women’s economic mobility and the fight against human trafficking in the Upstate, Nov. 9-13. The funds raised from the LBDI will go towards… Read More