The JLG has a long legacy in the Greenville community. Since 1929, we have donated over $2.7 million, supported over 300 agencies and provided countless hours of volunteer service to the community. Below you will find more information aboout the work of the Junior League through our mission.
Develop the potential of women
- Attend tranings and other events to enhance your personal and professional development. Previous training events have included: Business Etiquette and Networking, Poverty Simulation and Mental Health and Wellness for Women.
- Serve on committees to enhance your current areas of passion and strengths, or branch out to develop new skills.
- Take on a leadership position and participate in targeted leadership development training.
Improve the community
The Junior League of Greenville, Inc. engages in initiatives that help women in our community overcome barriers, focusing on human trafficking and economic mobility.
- Shop at, and donate to our resale store, the Nearly New Shop. Its mission is threefold:
- to provide funds that support the many programs and projects of the Junior League of Greenville.
- to provide an outlet for the Greenville community to purchase quality clothing and household goods at nominal prices.
- to serve as a training ground for our members.
- Volunteer at one of the nonprofits we serve. The JLG was a founding member of some of these, including Pendleton Place, The Children’s Museum, and Roper Mountain Science Center.
- Gain leadership skills through our community projects and programs, including A Nearly New You, Home Run for Healthy Kids®, Junior Volunteers and Kids in the Kitchen.
- Directly serve the community by volunteering in one of the many local nonprofits we partner with.
- Serve along other members that donate over 16,000 hours of volunteer service each year.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Elizabeth-Kelly Pope, Recruitment Coordinator.