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.
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
On Saturday, Apr. 21, Mayor Allen Joines will help one of Winston-Salem’s oldest philanthropic organizations begin a new chapter in its 95-year history. Mayor Joines will kick off the Junior League of Winston-Salem’s 13th annual Tour of Fine Spaces fundraiser with a ribbon-cutting ceremony of its new headquarters in the heart of the downtown arts… 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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