Join us for the second annual Big Night Out, raising awareness of food insecurity in our community.

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Welcome

“On behalf of the Board of Directors and all members of the Junior Women’s Association of Greenville, NC I would like to thank you for your interest in this wonderful organization. We are beginning our seventh year as an organization – and it’s going to be fantastic! This year we are set to affiliate with the Association of Junior Leagues International, and join together with women across our country and globe to bring effective change to our community. We are committed to our mission and our community impact of food insecurities. Thank you for taking the time to explore our website and learn about the Junior Women’s Association of Greenville, NC. “

-Laura Mulkey, President 2016-2017

Who We Are

The Junior Women’s Association of Greenville, NC is a non-profit organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective leadership of trained volunteers.

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The Junior Women’s Association invests hundreds of volunteer hours and direct financial support to the Greenville community through a variety of community agencies and programs. In addition, the Association’s community outreach efforts aim to decrease hunger and food insecurity by helping to foster physical activity and healthy eating habits. Further, JWA’s education program cultivates a lifetime of civic service, preparing members to serve as agents of change in the Greenville community well beyond their active membership years.

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What We’re Doing

Who We Are

The Junior Women’s Association of Greenville, NC is a non-profit organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective leadership of trained volunteers.

Learn More

What We’re Doing

The Junior Women’s Association invests hundreds of volunteer hours and direct financial support to the Greenville community through a variety of community agencies and programs. In addition, the Association’s community outreach efforts aim to decrease hunger and food insecurity by helping to foster physical activity and healthy eating habits. Further, JWA’s education program cultivates a lifetime of civic service, preparing members to serve as agents of change in the Greenville community well beyond their active membership years.

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Join The Mission

The Junior Women’s Association of Greenville offers many opportunities for participation in our mission to improve the community. Whether you would like to sponsor or participate in a fundraiser, make a donation, or join our organization, we are grateful for your support.

A Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!