Community Impact

Community Impact Statement

To decrease hunger and food insecurity in the Greenville community and help foster physical activity and healthy eating habits.

Community Projects

The Junior Women’s Association of Greenville annually focuses its support on a variety of community projects, committing financial support and hundreds of volunteer hours in an effort to fulfill our mission of improving the community through effective action and leadership. A few of these projects include:

Community Partners

Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina

The mission of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is to harness and supply resources so that no one goes hungry in central and eastern NC. In 2008-09, the Food Bank distributed more that 36.8 million pounds of food. More than 480,000 people in the Food Bank’s 34-county service area struggle each day. Nearly 34 percent of the people served by the Food Bank’s network are children, and another 11 percent are elderly. Thirty-eight percent of the families served are the “working poor” people who work hard and still have to choose between eating and other basic necessities such as medicine and housing.

Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina

The mission of the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina, located in Greenville and serving families from surrounding areas, is to provide a temporary home away from home for families of seriously ill or injured children receiving treatment from area medical facilities.