Take advantage of this opportunity to order beautiful poinsettia plants in a variety of sizes and colors. Use them to decorate for the Holiday season, to share with friends and family, or donate to a charitable organization - all while giving back to the High Point community!These beautiful plants are available for purchase each Fall with delivery options or convenient pick-up right here in High Point in early December. For more information and to order, please see a Junior League member or visit the store.
In 2014, the Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) was pioneered by the Junior League of London with the goal to “Make Poverty Unfashionable”. While their fellow Londoners were attending London Fashion Week that month, local Junior Leaguers were wearing the same black dress every day to work, parties, dinners and events to raise funds and increase awareness of poverty in the city. The first campaign was so successful they decided to take the initiative worldwide.
This awareness campaign seeks to increase knowledge around the limits poverty can play on choices of expression and opportunities for employment, by asking our members to wear one dress each day for one week to:
Have you ever had to choose between paying for utilities or buying food to feed your family? What about whether to buy medicine or pay for shelter and transportation? Over 58% of High Point households are faced with these decisions every day.
In partnership with Theatre Art Galleries, Common Threads: A Little Black Dress Initiative is an event planned and hosted by the Junior League of High Point New Member Class. A portion of the proceeds from this event are donated to The Career Closet at the YWCA in High Point. The remaining amount supports Junior League of High Point community impact efforts.
Save the date for this event on March 14, 2019 and stay tuned for more information!
In the Spring of 2018, the Junior League of High Point brought back Kitchen Thyme Tour, a successful fundraiser event previously hosted by the JHLP nearly 10 years ago. The event featured seven exquisite High Point homes and provided attendees the opportunity to tour each home while learning about interior design and decor. Thank you to the wonderful individuals who opened their homes for our event and to all of our sponsors for your generous support of the JHLP.