The Junior League of Winston-Salem, Inc. (JLWS) is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Do you want to raise awareness about how poverty affects women in our community? Do you want to raise funds to support our League’s efforts to make change? Then we want to talk to you! As an LBDI Advocate, you’ll have the opportunity to hone your social media and fundraising skills, engage your network… Read More
The 14th Annual Tour of Fine Spaces was one of the most spectacular tours to date! After a week of snow, rain, and nearly 80 degree weather, 8 new and renovated homes were visited on a beautiful Saturday April 6th. Food and drinks provided by local caterers, restaurants, and bakeries were a delightful accompaniment… Read More
OCTOBER 16, 2018 – Each academic year, the Junior League of Winston-Salem travels to elementary schools in the district to put on a puppet show for the third-grade students. The wonderful volunteers set up a stage, connect to sound systems, and work the puppets along to a pre-recorded track in order to create a show… Read More
The Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is a week-long awareness and fundraising campaign that harnesses the power of social media to illustrate the restrictions poverty places on choices, opportunities, and access to resources. Advocates wear one black dress (or outfit) for five consecutive days, in an effort to spark conversations and awareness about poverty and related issues.
Your gift makes it possible for the Junior League of Winston Salem, Inc. to make a direct impact in Forsyth County. We believe that strong and thoughtful partnerships are the most effective way to create lasting community change.
“You Can Always Talk to Someone” (Puppet Show) addresses the issues of child abuse, neglect and internet safety. The Puppet Show equips children with the knowledge of what to do in these situations and encourages students to talk with a trusted adult.
Facilitating relationships with the medical community, educating the community on healthy food preparation, and providing a meal for mothers and students of Kimberley Park Elementary School.
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