Members of the Junior League of Charleston will host their second annual Little Black Dress Initiative, March 13-17. The Little Black Dress Initiative is a social media driven fundraiser that aims to raise funds and awareness for women in Charleston affected by poverty. With the goal to “make poverty unfashionable,” League members will wear the same black dress for five days in a row as a symbol of the lack of resources many women face due to financial hardship.
Do you know anyone who may be interested in a Director of Development job with the Junior League of Charleston? That’s right! The Junior League of Charleston is currently seeking job applicants interested in serving as a Director of Development for the JLC. Click here for a full job description. If you know someone interested,… Read More
Attention bargain seekers and treasure hunters! The Junior League of Charleston’s “Whale of a Sale,” Charleston’s biggest blowout garage sale, will be held February 16 – 18 at the College Center at Trident Technical College in North Charleston.
Each year, bridal gowns are donated to “Whale of a Sale” that are overlooked by unexpected patrons during the rush of the sale. This year, The Junior League of Charleston, Inc. (JLC) will be hosting a Bridal Boutique that allows brides the opportunity to shop for their dream dress in a luxury atmosphere. Taking… Read More