Six Junior League of Columbia members are among the 2021 class of Leadership Columbia graduates. Jennifer Berryman, Megan Huebner, Rachel Price, Catherine Ramirez, Brittani Richards, and Arteya Robinson completed the 10-month program and were awarded certificates during a graduation ceremony at Hunter Gatherer Brewery on June 8th. According to the Columbia Chamber… Read More
During the Junior League of Columbia’s Annual Meeting, the League announced the 2021-2022 Community Impact Grant recipients. The Community Impact Grant initiative is designed to assist like-minded community partners in their efforts to improve lives in the greater Midlands area. 2021-2022 Recipients James M. Hinton Foundation- $10,000 The James M. Hinton Foundation serves youth in… Read More
The Junior League of Columbia proudly encourages volunteerism amongst youth through our Junior Volunteer Program. Through organizing and completing service projects throughout our city, Junior Volunteers gain leadership and networking skills while making a difference in the community. The program is open to 7th-12th grade young women who have a heart and interest in serving… Read More
We provide our members with a wide range of training and development programs, such as leadership and organizational development, community needs assessment, strategic planning, communications, advocacy and fundraising.
The Junior League of Columbia is supported through individual contributions, corporate sponsorships, and in-kind donations. Learn more about how you can be a supporter of the Junior League of Columbia and our work to develop women leaders through services and projects that benefit the greater Midlands.
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