Spring 2024 Literacy & Education Equity Fund (LEEF) Mini-Grants Application

We are excited to announce the launch of our Spring 2024 Literacy & Education Equity Fund (LEEF) mini-grants application cycle on March 8th! Founded as part of our JLWS Centennial, the purpose of the mini-grants program is to financially support individual teachers and schools within the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system on projects and programs that… Read More

Tour of Fine Spaces

Saturday, April 20, 2024

Grab a friend and join us on Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the 18th Annual Tour of Fine Spaces hosted by the Junior League of Winston-Salem! Explore unique designs, skilled craftsmanship, and innovative home ideas.     Each ticket grants access to stunning spaces and supports crucial literacy and health… Read More

JLWS Literacy & Education Equity Fund Fall Mini-Grant Winners

Congratulations to Kathryn Gehrs and Kristina Stevenson, the recipients of the JLWS Literacy and Education Equity (LEEF) fall mini-grants. Kathryn Gehrs is a Kindergarten Teacher at Kimberly Park Elementary. Kristina Stevenson is an Art Teacher at Smith Farm Elementary. The funds from the LEEF endowment support individual schools within the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system on projects… Read More

We’re Hiring!

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

We're Hiring for the position of Financial Administrator!

The Junior League of Winston-Salem is hiring for the role of Financial Administrator! Are you interested in joining our team? Do you know someone who might be a good fit? To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to president@jlws.org with “Financial Administrator” in the subject line. Click here to see the job description!

Letters from Santa

Friday, September 29, 2023 - Friday, December 1, 2023

Just in time for the holiday season, the Tour of Fine Spaces committee is proud to present our newest fundraiser, Letters From Santa and Frosty!    For only $15, you can customize a letter(s) to be sent to a special child in your life from Santa or Frosty.   This fundraiser will run through Friday,… Read More

Welcome to our 2023-2024 New Member Class

Help us welcome our New Member Class to the JLWS! Thanks to our New Member Development Team and New Member Mentors for creating a wonderful orientation that was held on August 12th at Footnote Coffee and Cocktails. Watch these women help build a better Winston-Salem as they serve with the JLWS!⁠

A Message From Our President

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the 101st year of the Junior League of Winston-Salem! As we embark on our second century of service in the Winston-Salem community, we are dedicated to continuing the legacy of effective change and leadership, just like the generations of devoted women who came before us. … Read More

Now Open: Centennial Exhibit at Reynolda House

Friday, March 31, 2023 - Sunday, December 31, 2023

We are excited to announce that the Junior League of Winston-Salem Centennial Exhibit at Reynolda House Museum of American Art is now being presented on the Lake Porch. The exhibit is a pictorial exhibit of our founding documents and archival photos and newsletters of our volunteer efforts over the past 100 years. The exhibit will… Read More

Inclusion & Equity are a Priority at JLWS

The Junior League of Winston-Salem denounces and condemns racism and intolerance. We stand with Black communities who have endured pain over centuries of institutional racism and injustice in our country. We stand with our members and community partners who may be experiencing anger, fear, disappointment, and uncertainty with our current reality. JLWS stands with each… Read More

Mayor Joines Unveils New Jr. League Headquarters

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