For the 2021-2022 service year, the Junior Women’s League has chosen to work with and support the following community organizations through volunteer service and fundraisers.
As Johnston County's only nonprofit agency for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and women in transition, Harbor provides safe, compassionate, and advocacy services, resources, and programs. Harbor has a team of highly credentialed and experienced staff and volunteers who work diligently to assist women and children in need.
The Johnston Health Foundation was formed in 1992 as a non-profit organization to raise awareness and funds for Johnston Health. Contributions to the Foundation are used to expand and supplement services and assistance to patients, and to fund equipment and capital needs. All gifts ultimately enhance the quality of care that Johnson Health delivers to patients and their families.
The mission of My Kid’s Club is to encourage and empower youth to grow in character and understanding through studies and opportunities for academic success, civic engagement, and habits that underscore healthy living to achieve their potential as responsible and caring citizens.
The mission of Me Fine Foundation is to voluntarily provide necessary resources and financial assistance to parents and caregivers with children being treated by Duke and UNC Children’s Hospitals regardless of race, diagnosis, religious affiliation or economic status in memory of Folden Lee, IV. Me Fine Foundation boasts success in not only distributing supplemental financial assistance, but also other necessary resources for families sacrificing their livelihoods in order to provide their children with state-of-the-art or even last chance treatment offered by these renowned facilities.
Miracle League of Johnston County is a baseball league for children with physical, cognitive and/or emotional disabilities. The mission of MLOJC is to create positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball.
The Partnership for Children of Johnston County is a non-profit organization that helps improve the safety, health and emotional well-being of young children by enhancing the quality of childcare, supporting strong families and reaching out to at-risk kids. They work collaboratively with like-minded organizations and strive toward early childhood education and school readiness for all children residing in Johnston County. The Partnership for Children’s vision is that Johnston County’s children will be given all the educational, health and emotional support they need to grow into engaged and productive members of our economically thriving and globally competitive community.
The SECU Hospice House opened in June of 2010 and is an 18-bed hospice care center for the terminally ill. They strive to make each patient’s stay as comfortable as possible for them and their families. The Hospice House is designed to look and feel like home by offering: a full service kitchen, living and dining room, outdoor patios for families to relax, spacious patient rooms, and an inter-faith chapel.