With more than 9,000 items from furniture and home décor to children’s clothing, toys, and much more, the Junior League of Jackson is hosting the ultimate rummage sale featuring great deals. Learn more about this great event!
Good financial stewardship has added up to the Junior League of Jackson fulfilling its $1 million commitment to the Campaign for Children’s of Mississippi nearly two years ahead of schedule. Read more about the pledge here.
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – Mistletoe Marketplace is in full swing with long lines waiting to shop for holiday gifts at the Trade Mart. But behind all the glitz and unique items for sale are women who also are hard at work year round to better the lives for people in the community. JPS Partners in… Read More
An evening of gowns, tuxedos, music and dancing kicked off the holiday season in the Jackson area, but “All That Glitters” gives back to the community. The Junior League’s Mistletoe Marketplace raises more than $1 million dollars each year for projects in the Capital City. “We look at Mistletoe as the kickoff of the holiday… Read More
An evening of gowns, tuxedos, music and dancing kicked off the holiday season in the Jackson area, but “All That Glitters” gives back to the community. The Junior League’s Mistletoe Marketplace raises more than $1 million dollars each year for projects in the Capital City. Click here to read more.
The Junior League of Jackson and the Community Foundation made a surprise visit to Power Academic and Performing Arts Complex (Power APAC Elementary) to announce the winners of this year’s Education Foundation Trust Mini-Grants. Power APAC teachers were awarded four grants, totaling $22,667.07. These grants, in addition to several others from JPS teachers, were selected… Read More
The Junior League of Jackson has announced the 2019-2020 Board of Directors for the organization. Click here to read more.
Boys and girls took the driver’s seat Saturday at the Junior League of Jackson’s 6th Annual Touch A Truck® Jackson. See the highlights!
The Junior League of Jackson, in partnership with Jackson Public Schools, provided 400 students in the JPS District with new backpacks filled with school supplies. This year, volunteers brought supplies to four different schools in the area; John Hopkins, Lee, Clausell and Raines Elementary.
When old barriers within a League are removed, new community relationships are formed. The Junior League of Jackson was recently awarded the AJLI 2018 Diversity & Inclusion Award. JLJ’s work through training and strategic planning empowered their League to train and develop their members in ways to create an inclusive environment from the ground up.