The Junior League of Greenwich is accepting applications for its Community Grant Award until December 7! Every year, the Junior League of Greenwich awards a grant to a community organization. The grant is to provide financial support for a community need not currently being met by Junior League projects or programs. The grant will be… Read More
This past weekend, the fall New Member class participated in the Annual JLG Road Rally and saw the lasting impact of Junior League of Greenwich projects first hand. Members of the class learned about the history and impact these projects have made in the community. The Road Rally was developed in 1996 by Junior League of Greenwich members to demonstrate the tremendous reach of the JLG throughout Greenwich. Click above to read more!
The Junior League of Greenwich (JLG) hosted more than 200 trick-or-treaters on Halloween night at the JLG Headquarters on East Putnam Avenue. With the Junior League Headquarters located in the heart of a popular neighborhood for trick-or-treaters, the JLG invited local parents, kids, and pets to stop by for refreshments and candy. Many families used the house as a meeting point to begin their Trick-or-Treating down Park Place; a street known by locals for its many haunted houses on Halloween night. The Junior League of Greenwich looks forward to continuing this now annual tradition serving the Greenwich community. Click above to read more!
Trick or Treat with us this Halloween night! 231 E. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT from 5:00 – 8:30pm. Kids and Pets of All Ages Welcome!
Our first Boys Achieving More (BAM!) session, held on Saturday, was a roaring success! Registration was filled within 48 hours, and on Saturday September 15, 32 boys from 11 schools participated in a fun-filled day at Seton Scout Reservation. The boys practiced teamwork, survival skills and expanding their personal comfort zone while learning about respect, trust and tolerance. Our partnership with the Greenwich Council of Boy Scouts of America, Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, the YMCA of Greenwich and REACH Prep made this day so successful. We are looking forward to the next session in the spring – stay tuned for the details!
Thank you to the Greenwich Sentinel for the fantastic article! If you would like to learn more about who we are and what we do, join us for our NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, OCTOBER 2, 2018 at 7pm (231 East Putnam, Greenwich, CT).
Each year, the Greenwich Sentinel Foundation recognizes an individual who lifts up, celebrates, and serves the community. We are very proud that this year’s recipient is Past President of the Junior League of Greenwich, Susan Wolforth!
The skies cleared just in time this morning for one of the JLG’s most exciting moments! JLG members, town officials, donors, community partners and friends gathered at the entry to the Byram Park Pool for the ribbon cutting ceremony. After remarks from First Selectman Peter Tesei and JLG President Elizabeth Peyton, Campaign Co-Chairs Carisa Sykes and Debby Lash cut the ceremonial ribbon, and with that, the Pool was open for business! Read more about it!