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EVENING SOCIAL SERVICES

The meeting will be a holiday get together.
We handed out 3204 pieces of candy, pencils and stickers at Halloween Parade.
Collected 1020 bras for Dress for Success, The Bra Recyclers and Howard’s Mission.


We welcome new members. Meetings are
on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the music room.

BOOK CLUB   

We made three pinwheel gardens to raise awareness of Child Abuse

Special State Project

The bestselling author of Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand returns with a breathtaking novel of love on the eve of World War I that reaches far beyond the small English town in which it is set.…

Donations may be sent to The Woman’s Club of Morristown, 51 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960. We also accept paypal, donations should be sent to paypal@wcomt.org. For questions regarding donations please email ess@wcomt.org or call 973-539-0467

Thank you for your support!


While you are out shopping for cold weather supplies, please remember all the animals that need our help. Warm and cozy blankets, food, toys, beds, treats! We need to help ensure these animals receive the help they so deserve.  All donations will be delivered to 911 Dog and Cat Rescue. Next delivery will be February 7th, let's make this a big one!

911 Dog and Cat Rescue is a 100% volunteer organization that provides Fostering, Rescue and Adoptions for Dogs and Cats in need of permanent forever homes. Much needed items: Wet or Dry Cat/Kitten food, Wet or Day Dog/Puppy food, Kitten milk replacement, Cat Toys, Dog Toys, Baby Wipes, Blanket/Towels, Yesterday’s News/Clumping Cat Litter, Bleach, Nature’s Miracle. Check out their website for more info http://www.911dogrescue.com/

The Woman’s Club members are dedicated to the service of our community. We are a civic, cultural and education group, working closely with the NJ State Federation of Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs. We have approximately 110 members who all enjoy being involved in the club's monthly and annual service projects. Service projects include but not limited to: bra recycling, supplies for animals, Project Gratitude (gift bags to Veterans), operation holiday, scholarships for Morristown High School Seniors, baby layettes, Special State Project Prevent Child Abuse, domestic violence shelters, Howard's Mission, Candy Cookie for Spring Hills Assisted Living, Unicef, Seaman's Institute, local food pantry, lap robes and walker bags for nursing homes and the preservation of The Dr. Lewis Condict House.


911 Dog & Cat Rescue