Bought and Sold – JLN’s 2nd Annual Panel Discussion on Human Trafficking in Tennessee and Across America

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Trigger Warning: The content below talks about the human trafficking epidemic. On Thursday, January 30, the Junior League of Nashville (“JLN”) hosted a panel about the current state of affairs around the human trafficking crisis in Tennessee (and America). Roughly 120 Junior League and community members joined in on the crucial conversation to discuss everything…

Community Partner Spotlight: PENCIL

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Our community non-profit partners are one of the most cherished parts of our League. Over the past few years, our Community impact has focused around two primary focus areas: Literacy and Human Trafficking. The Needs of Nashville committee is focused on finding new non-profit partners to work with so that we can improve our impact…

[Press Release] Junior League of Nashville donates more than $45,000 in Christmastime grants to children’s organizations

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Media Contact: Emily Plushnick, eplushnick@gmail.com Hamilton Funds grantmaking program used to “enlighten the hearts” of children NASHVILLE, TN (Jan. 14, 2020) – The Junior League of Nashville (JLN) 2019 Grants Committee today announced the recipients of more than $45,000 in charitable giving awarded during the month of December to 10 Middle Tennessee organizations. The grants…

What’s in a Junior League of Nashville EVP Role? Allie Reed shares her insights

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Our League — Junior League of Nashville (“JLN”) — is comprised of over 1,400 women who work together to grow the talent of our members and truly work together to understand and solve problems currently facing our local community through volunteer projects and grants. As an organization almost entirely comprised of volunteer leaders (with the…

How to Expand Your League Experience

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What comes to mind when you think about your Junior League volunteer experience? Maybe you think about all of the wonderful friends you’ve made and the fun social gatherings you’ve attended. Or perhaps you’re reminded of the great volunteer work and positive impact the League has on the Nashville community. But what about a springboard…

Transferring to the Junior League of Nashville? Here’s what other transfers have to say

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While the Association of Junior Leagues Junior League International, Inc. might be based in New York, we have more than 140,000 women in 291 League chapters all over the US, Canada, England and Mexico. We may focus our volunteerism on local community issues, but we have a global impact through our various chapters.  In a…

SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT Discount Shopping Card Supports Local Nashville Nonprofits October 24th – November 4th

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The Junior League of Nashville’s (“JLN”) annual discount card to merchants around Greater Nashville provides an opportunity for the community to save money at over 160 retailers from October 24th – November 4th. 100% of the net proceeds generated from SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT provide funding for Nashville’s community agencies through the Junior League…

News: WKNR Newsmaker: Shop Save Support

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Thank you to @wkrntv for hosting JLN President, Nahed Artoul Zehr, and Shop | Save | Support Co-Chair, Jessa Parker, to discuss the fundraiser and the positive ways it affects our Nashville community! 🎥: Watch the full segment here.

Impacting Tomorrow Through Literacy

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Founded in 1989, Book’em was the response to Reading Is FUNdamental’s (RIF) need for books and volunteers. RIF is the leading voice for children’s literacy in America and the oldest literacy program in the Nashville area.   Founded in 1989, Book’em started as a collection and distribution program through the Christmas Clearing Bureau and grew into a…