The Junior League of Columbia focuses on assisting families in the Midlands through a wide variety of programs and experiences throughout the community.
Done in a Day
For more information on these projects, please visit the Done in a Day page.
Girls on the Run
JLC is excited to announce an official partnership with Girls on the Run – Columbia. This former Done in a Day project has grown and we will be increasing our presence with the Girls on the Run (GOTR) community. Check back for more details as the plan evolves.
Healthy Kids Fun Fair
For more information on this event, please visit the Healthy Kids Fun Fair page.
Healthy Kids in Transition
Healthy Kids in Transition (HKIT) focuses on long-term impact with community partners, helping children become healthier through a balanced diet, physical fitness, and positive self image for children in transitional homes. HKIT hosts fitness classes with a healthy food choices and goal setting.
Community partners include Epworth Children’s Home, The Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center, St. Lawrence Place, The Family Shelter, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter.
Healthy Kids with Special Needs
The Healthy Kids with Special Needs committee collaborates with Midlands agencies, such as Family Connection of South Carolina, Winston’s Wish Foundation, Autism Academy of South Carolina, JRDF, and The Therapy Place, to provide events and activities around healthy eating and lifestyle, self-confidence, and dental care. The overall mission of this committee is to provide a platform for networking and socializing with families who have common interests, concerns, needs, and goals.