Junior League of Greenville Awards Over $175,000 in Grants to Community Partners

GREENVILLE, SC: The Junior League of Greenville (JLG) is pleased to announce the combined awarding of $177,500 to partner agencies Jasmine Road, Pendleton Place, and United Ministries. As an organization with a focus on community impact, JLG is proud to support our community partner agencies’ efforts to continually improve their offerings for the populations they… Read More

New Member Information Session

Wednesday, July 12, 2023

New Member Information Session Wednesday, July 12 from 12-1 PM Zoom Greenville women interested in membership in the Junior League of Greenville are invited to  join us at JLG Headquarters on Wednesday, July 12 from 12-1 PM to learn about the JLG’s history, mission, and impact on Greenville County and how to become a member! … Read More

Spring Day of Service

The Community Impact Council hosted a day of service on April 1st and partnered with Habitat for Humanity, Jasmine Road and United Ministries. Fox Carolina interviewed Tori Greer, JLG Community VP. See interview here

The Junior League of Greenville is now actively recruiting its new member class of 2023-2024.

Via Greenville Journal | https://greenvillejournal.com/branded-content/junior-league-of-greenville-now-recruiting/ Women’s leadership group seeking new members looking to make an impact The Junior League of Greenville is now actively recruiting its new member class of 2023-2024. Service-minded women who reside in Greenville County and are over the age of 21 are invited to join JLG’s Recruitment Committee for one of their upcoming… Read More

JLG Marks Five Years of the Little Black Dress Initiative

When you hear the phrase “little black dress,” what comes to mind? Maybe Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” or Princess Diana’s iconic “Revenge Dress” is the first thing you think of. For our Members, the phrase “little black dress” means so much more than just a clothing option. The fifth annual Little Black Dress… Read More

Women Building Better Communities with Habitat for Humanity

We spoke to Noel Brooks, who serves as the JLG’s Diversity & Inclusion Chairman and as Director of Development for Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County, about the League’s recent build day. On October 15, 2022, JLG Members worked hard to put trusses into place on their volunteer day with Habitat Greenville. The trusses are… Read More

JLG’s Nearly New Shop Featured on Access Carolina

The JLG’s Nearly New Shop was featured on Fox Carolina’s Access Carolina as a part of their saving money series. Please use the links below to view the segments! GVL Junior League Makes Smashing Impact Discounted Formal Attire in the Upstate Upscale Resale in Greenville    

New Member Information Sessions

Join the Junior League of Greenville! The Recruitment Committee is excited to be talking about our upcoming Provisional (new Member) year! Applications for the next group of Provisionals will open in the spring of 2023. In the meantime, we hope to meet you at one of our upcoming New Member Information Sessions and answer any… Read More

JLG Sustainer Velda Hughes, Hughes Agency owner and CEO, awarded the Order of the Palmetto

Hughes Agency Owner and CEO Velda Hughes was awarded the Order of the Palmetto by Gov. Henry McMaster at a TD SYNNEX Share the Magic event on Dec. 15. https://greenvillejournal.com/community/velda-hughes-hughes-agency-owner-and-ceo-awarded-the-order-of-the-palmetto/  Jeannie Putnam December 15, 2022 Hughes Agency Owner and CEO Velda Hughes receives the Order of the Palmetto from Gov. Henry McMaster. Photo by John Olson. Hughes was given the… Read More