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

Via Greenville Journal |
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 New Member Information Sessions, occurring now through May, and to join an organization of more than 1,100 women dedicated to advancing women’s leadership for meaningful community impact.

JLG not only provides a network of active volunteers but also trains them to maximize their time and talents. Some members make lifelong commitments to service by supporting JLG for decades. Members in their 80s, 90s and beyond use leadership lessons learned in service to the Greenville community, working with any number of nonprofit mainstays while acting as role models for newer members.

Current areas of focus for the volunteer organization include human trafficking and economic mobility. Over the years, JLG has provided foundational funding for Greenville institutions such as Roper Mountain Science Center, the Peace Center and Nicholtown Child and Family Collaborative and was the founder of Pendleton Place.

The largest source of funding for JLG is the Nearly New Shop, which sells gently used clothing and housewares. Annual activities and. events include countless volunteer, training, and social opportunities.

Whether you’re new to Greenville or a lifelong resident, JLG can help you get to know and serve your community. Membership applications and a schedule of recruitment events are available on the organization’s website,

864.233.2663 |

The Nearly New Shop: 864.232.1051