The Junior League of Winston-Salem, Inc. (JLWS) is an organization of women whose mission is to advance women's leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.
From March – April, Forsyth County Central Library will host an exhibit remembering Lucy Bramlette Patterson (1865-1942). This exhibit will highlight Ms. Patterson’s historic involvement in Winston-Salem. The exhibit will also recognize organizations in the area, including the Junior League of Winston-Salem, that work towards the same goals that Ms. Patterson did. One of the… Read More
Grab a friend and join the Junior League of Winston-Salem for the 15th Annual Tour of Fine Spaces, featuring beautiful new and renovated homes throughout Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Interior designers, cabinetmakers, flooring/tiling specialists, architects and builders have come together to present an unprecedented showcase. The Tour will feature select homes throughout the area to include everything… Read More
Save the Date for the 1st Boutique Shopping Card Fundraiser Event. October 24 – November 8, 2020 This year you can purchase a Boutique Shopping Card to receive a 20% discount at participating Retailers across the Piedmont Triad region. Simply shop from October 24- November 8th at the participating retailers and get your Christmas shopping… Read More
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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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