Junior League of Greenville featured on Your Carolina

Members of the Junior League of Greenville were recently interviewed on Your Carolina. They discussed Shop for Greenville, an annual fundraiser where the JLG sells discount shopping cards that can be used at over 150 local retailers. They also promoted the upcoming Empower Women of Greenville event. You can watch the full segment and read… Read More

Shop for a good cause at The Nearly New Shop

If you’ve been on an end-of-the-year cleaning and organizing spree, you probably have a pile of gently used clothing + housewares that you’re not sure what to do with. Instead of selling it online, head over and make a tax-deductible donation to The Nearly New Shop, Junior League of Greenville’s resale store. (And while you’re there, do some tax-free shopping for yourself.) Read… Read More

Junior League Leaps Into 2022

How does wearing the same black dress for a week help others in the community overcome trying times? It’s one of two signature fundraising events the Junior League of Greenville hosts every year to support local agencies that target economic mobility and human trafficking. Read the full Greenville Journal article https://greenvillejournal.com/news/junior-league-branded-content-12-3-gj/

JLG featured with other organizations

The Junior League of Greenville was recently featured in the Greenville News article “These Greenville and national charities remind us to be more thankful all year round”. Read the article: https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/talk-greenville/2021/11/10/these-greenville-charities-remind-us-more-thankful-all-year/6330392001/

Little Black Dress Initiative – November 8-12

The Junior League of Greenville’s Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is a week-long, social media driven fundraising campaign that uses the iconic LBD to raise awareness about the mission of the JLG and those less fortunate in the Greenville community our Members serve. They wear  1 LBD for 5 consecutive days from November 8-12 and are encouraged to harness the power… Read More

JLG President-Elect Recognized as Rising Star

The Junior League of Greenville’s President-Elect, Kimberly Witherspoon, has been named to The Bond Buyer’s 2021 Rising Stars list. The Bond Buyer Rising Stars recognizes municipal finance professionals under the age of 40 whose leadership, collaborative spirit, innovation and creativity have enabled them to make a positive contribution to their community. The full press release with… Read More

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

Better Times Ahead for JLG

While the world shut down for much of 2020 because of the coronavirus, one thing that never abated was the number of women struggling through hard times. Though forced by safety protocols to do a lot of its work virtually, the Junior League of Greenville was nonetheless there to help. Read more from the Greenville Journal: After… Read More