The Wilton Woman's Club, Inc. is a volunteer organization for women of diverse ages, backgrounds and talents, who come together for community service, philanthropy, education, and socializing. 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.
We are so pleased to announce the Beneficiary for our
The Save 183 Ridgefield Road project of the
Don't miss this annual Hello to Spring! A fun time will be had by all, including a delicious luncheon & Spring fashions from Lord & Taylor. See you April 4 at 11am at Rolling Hills Country Club! Registration will open in February. To sponsor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU all our members who donated food to our Holiday Hot Meals program! The WWC made and packaged 42 Holiday meals that were delivered on Christmas Eve by our Junior Leadership Program to homebound Wilton Seniors. We can’t thank our members enough for taking the time, at this very busy time of the year, to prepare food for this wonderful WWC tradition!
What Do We Do? See our Press Room for details!
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
Wilton Woman's Club In the NewsWoman's Club Donates $24K to Wilton Domestic Violence Task Force
Wilton Woman's Club Begins New Year
Wilton Woman's Club Welcomes All to First General Meeting of the New Year
Highland recognized for leadership, community service
5 Talented WHS FAPA Award Recipients: Where are They Headed Next?
Students Receive Awards at Wilton High School
Wilton's 'Loop' Just Got Longer
Many Contributed to Tree in Honor of Barbara Quincy
Woman's Club Donates $40,000 to Wilton Youth Council to Prevent Substance Abuse
Women Donate $40K to Youth Council
Wilton Woman's Club Donates $40k to Prevent Substance Abuse