The Safe Rides Program is designed to save the lives of teens that may be in a vulnerable position by being in need of a safe form of transportation home. It is run by a partnership between the Greenwich Youth Services Coordinator and the First Selectman’s Youth Commission, with support from the Greenwich Police Department.
Keeping with the mission of the JLG in promoting women in the community, on January 14, 2015, the Junior League of Greenwich Done in a Day-Night Committee partnered with Kempo Academy of Martial Arts and Equinox to offer a Self-Defense course to women ages 15 years and up in the community.
The Greenwich Youth Film Fesitval was held on Sunday, April 26th, 2015 at in the Cole Auditorium of Greenwich Library.
The Junior League lauched its newest program, Positively More, in November. The progam focuses on 11 and 12 year-old girls and aims to give them the tools they need to avoid questionable situations, lessen the consequences of conflicts, and identify lessons learned by challenges, with the help of both professionals and Teen Ambassadors.
The New Member class is supporting Kids In Crisis through a series of projects highlighted by the assembly and donation of welcome duffle bags. The eighteen duffle bags will be given to teens and tweens upon their arrival at the shelter.
JLG Members - Please join us for our 2015 Annual Dinner General Membership Meeting. We all wear so many hats throughout the year, tonight let's wear just one! Please wear your favorite hat as a celebration of all that we do for the community! Community Service winner will also be announced. 6:00PM cocktails on the patio 7:00PM dinner & presentations. Click here to RSVP.
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