More than 160 JLN members volunteered during Members in Motion over the weekend, serving 20 nonprofits around the greater Nashville area. Participants collectively contributed 442.5 volunteer hours – valued in the state of Tennessee at $28.12 per hour – for a total of $12,443.10 worth of service invested in our community in a single weekend. We cannot say enough how… Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Junior League of Nashville Members to Volunteer with 20 Nonprofit Organizations Across Nashville Through Annual Service Event NASHVILLE, TN — Members of the Junior League of Nashville (JLN) will be volunteering at 20 nonprofits across Middle Tennessee as part of the organization’s annual fall Members in Motion event this weekend. Members… Read More
The Junior League of Nashville celebrated our Centennial during the 2021-2022 League Year. Read about some of the highlights in our annual Report to the Community.
Click here to read highlights from Year 100 in the summer 2022 League Link.
Volunteers contributed more than 300 service hours to the Middle Tennessee community in a single day! Members in Motion is a League-wide day of service for all JLN members to unite and give back to our community. It is an example of the impact that women who are committed to volunteerism and improving their community… Read More
$35,564 in Hamilton Funds to “enlighten the hearts” of children NASHVILLE, TN (November 2021) – The Junior League of Nashville (JLN) is making the holidays brighter for children in Middle Tennessee through $35,564 in Hamilton Fund grants that will be distributed among 10 local nonprofit agencies. Each year, JLN honors Charles Baker Hamilton’s generous bequest… Read More
An interview by JLN Vice President of Community Kara Apel October 2021 As we celebrate 100 years of the Junior League of Nashville’s legacy, we also believe it’s important to highlight the local leaders who are making significant impacts in our focus areas of literacy and human trafficking. This year, as part of our… Read More
Our annual report highlights the League’s community impact, members and programs. Read the 2020-2021 Report to the Community here.
Give back to the Nashville community when you shop and save this October The Junior League of Nashville’s annual SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT discount shopping card fundraiser is back, bringing business to more than 115 area retailers, restaurants and attractions while supporting local nonprofits. The $35 shopping card is available for purchase online… Read More
An interview by JLN Vice President of Community Kara Apel September 2021 As we celebrate 100 years of the Junior League of Nashville’s legacy, we also believe it’s important to highlight the local leaders who are making significant impacts in our focus areas of literacy and human trafficking. This year, as part of our… Read More