Junior Women’s League Presents $10,000 Donation To My Kid’s Club

Junior Women’s League Board Members and My Kid’s Club Representative: Shannon Poore, Catherine Webster, Laura Hill, Sarah Edwards, Dana Satterfield (TAT Committee Chair), Dana Peterson (JWL President), Alison Gammage (Executive Director of My Kid’s Club), Lee Byrd, Kelly Blanchard.

On January 16th, the Junior Women’s League (JWL) of Smithfield presented a check to My Kid’s Club for $10,000.  Funds were raised at JWL’s 4th Annual Touch-A-Truck event held in downtown Smithfield on Saturday, November 2, 2019.

“Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and the individuals and businesses who provided trucks, this year’s Touch-A-Truck was the most successful to date,” stated Dana Satterfield, 2019 Touch-A-Truck chair. “We are excited to grow our event and its impact next year, and have begun planning our 5th annual Touch-A-Truck, which will be held November 7, 2020.”

My Kid’s Club serves the youth of Johnston County by encouraging and empowering them to grow in character and understanding. They provide opportunities and programs to enhance academic success, civic engagement, and healthy living so our youth may achieve their greatest potential as responsible and caring citizens. For more information about activities and events hosted by My Kid’s Club please visit their website, https://www.mykidsclub.org.

About the Junior Women’s League of Smithfield

The Junior Women’s League of Smithfield is a non-profit organization with the mission to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. JWL’s impact has been significant. To date, the JWL has presented $81,000 in community donations and completed over 7,600 hours of community service.