Junior League of Greenville Announces Two New Focus Areas
The organization aims to fight human trafficking and advance economic mobility for women
GREENVILLE, S.C.—The Junior League of Greenville (JLG) is proud to release two new focus areas, concentrating its resources and initiatives around eradicating human trafficking and promoting economic mobility for women within the Upstate region.
“The Junior League of Greenville has a long history of supporting women in our community,” said Whitney Hanna, JLG’s Community Project Research & Development Chair. “By focusing its resources on specific impact areas—human trafficking and economic mobility—and supporting organizations that are already doing great critical work in these areas, the League has the opportunity to have a greater impact in the community while also creating deeply meaningful engagement opportunities for our members.”
The Junior League of Greenville members chose to focus on human trafficking and economic mobility in order to engage in initiatives that help women in the Greenville community overcome barriers.