The Wilton Woman's Club is a volunteer organization for women of diverse ages, backgrounds and talents, who come together for community service, philanthropy, education, and strengthening bonds between women. Our objectives are to serve and to learn, and we have been following this proud tradition since the club's inception in 1966, while adapting to the changing lifestyles and interests of our members.
The Wilton Woman’s Club donates significant funds raised through the club’s annual Fashion Show and Luncheon to one local organization each year. Now in the event’s 12th year, the Wilton Woman’s Club raised $28,000 for the Wilton Land Conservation Trust toward the trust’s effort to “Save 183 Ridgefield Road.”
“Once again, we are grateful to our members and the community for another successful Fundraiser Fashion Show. Our Committee Chairs went above and beyond to ensure that the event was the wonderful springtime luncheon that we look forward to each year. We are pleased to have raised these funds for such a worthy beneficiary and are excited about the plans for this property which will be an asset to the entire Wilton community,” said Jennifer Toll, chair of the fundraiser.
The Wilton Woman's Club gave its second $1000 donation to the Wilton Police Department, to fund the replenishment of the department's required supply of Narcan. All first responders must carry Narcan as an antidote to opioid overdoses. “Unfortunately, the opioid epidemic has become a significant concern not only to the larger cities but also for smaller communities such as Wilton,” says Wilton Police Chief, John P. Lynch. “Because of this, our community must work together to be successful, and we thank the Wilton Woman’s Club for their support. During times of tight fiscal budgets locally and state-wide, this donation is especially appreciated.”
On June 5th, members of the WWC Junior Leadership Program met with Wilton Garden Club Representatives for a flower arranging class. The girls then delivered the arrangements to the Wilton Senior Center. Great job girls!
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our 12th Annual Fashion Show Fundraiser on April 4, at Rolling Hills Country Club.
Thank you to our generous sponsors: Bankwell, Price Financial, the Toll Family Fund, and Good Morning Wilton!
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The WWC and JLP members and their daughters collected personal care products and raised funds for Wilton Social Services at a FREE class at the newly opened Wilton Fit Body Boot Camp center.
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Volunteering at Person-to-Person Food Pantry and Clothing Center
Junior Leadership Program for middle and high school daughters of members
Granting scholarships to Wilton women graduating high school
Unused Medicine Drive to collect unused and expired medicine at Police Department
Annual Fashion Show Luncheon Fundraiser
Shopping Night for Wilton Social Services
The Language of Chocolate Lunch @ Roger Sherman Inn
Tour of Raymond Ambler House and Farm
Trip to Florence Griswold Museum
New Member Coffee
Status of Women & Children in Fairfield County - FCA
Shop local, shop Fall - Fashion for Fall
Domestic Violence in our Towns - Jen McNamara
New Year, New You - Nutrition tips from Farrah Minnich
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