Junior League of Greenwich

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The JLG is an organization of women committed to voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Over 720 community volunteers respond to community needs. 

Support of the JLG makes projects such as Done in a Day, PositivelyMe! and Positively More possible. 

Online donations are now being accepted for our 2014-15 Annual Fund and our four other funds listed below. All funds raised go directly to support the mission of the Junior League of Greenwich.  Don't forget to check with your employer to see if the company matches your donation!  

Matching Gifts

Make your contribution to the Junior League of Greenwich go further! Please check with your company’s personnel department to see if they have a matching gifts program.

More Information

The Annual Fund 2015-2016

The Annual Fund supports current JLG programs in the community. The vast majority of your donation to the Annual Fund will go directly into our projects that support our children, education, and the community.

The Commemorative Endowment Fund 2015-2016

This fund was established to support the long-range strategic goals of the JLG. A donation may be made as a gift, or in honor or memory of a friend or loved one.

The Alexandra W. Compton Fund 2015-2016

This fund was established to sponsor JLG programs that address women's issues and/or alcoholism prevention. Currently, the Alexandra W. Compton Fund is supporting the PositivelyMe! Program.

The JLG Capital Fund 2015-2016

The Capital Fund is a fund intended to support the capital needs of the JLG, with the goal of maintaining the headquarters in strong, habitable condition.

Sponsorship 2015-2016

There are many opportunities to sponsor activities and events throughout the year. If you are interested in sponsoring a JLG event, please contact the President of the Junior League at jlg@jlgreenwich.org.

The Development Fund 2015-2016

This fund is an endowment fund whose interest can be used to pay for administrative or operating expenses.  This is a restricted fund because the principal can never be used.