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 now and provides access to hundreds of dollars in savings at participating businesses during the Oct. 14-25 shopping period.
Participating merchants include clothing retailers, skincare providers/salons, restaurants, local fitness studios, home décor/furnishing retailers, and Nashville area attractions. Cards can be used for discounts at Nashville Soccer Club, Nashville Zoo, Cheekwood and the Nashville Ballet.
Proceeds from card sales support Junior League of Nashville programs and community partners, which include 16 nonprofit agencies in Middle Tennessee.
To view a full list of merchants or purchase a card, visit www.JLNShopSaveSupport.org.
“SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT is win-win-win for our community,” said Jenny Barker, Junior League President. “Shoppers save on purchases while supporting a diverse range of local businesses and our local economy. The best part is how this fundraiser helps improve lives by giving back to area nonprofits.”
The League’s 1,500 members provide volunteer support and grant funding to local agencies in two current impact areas: improving literacy rates and fighting human trafficking.
Cards ordered by Oct. 1 will be mailed to cardholders, and orders after that date will be available electronically and for pickup at the Junior League of Nashville at 2202 Crestmoor Rd. (near The Mall at Green Hills).
About the Junior League of Nashville
Founded in 1922, the Junior League of Nashville is one of the oldest, largest and most effective women’s volunteer organizations in our city. Today, it has grown to 1,500 members who are focused on volunteer leadership in Middle Tennessee.
Over the past 100 years, the League has contributed millions of hours of direct volunteer service and nearly $22 million to the Nashville community. It has been instrumental in founding more than 20 nonprofits and programs, including Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville Children’s Theatre, Oasis Center, Renewal House, Children’s Services at the Nashville Public Library-Main and more. Learn more about the Junior League’s history and current work at www.jlnashville.org.