Wilton Woman's Club

Junior Leadership Program

The Junior Leadership Program was founded in 2012 as an expansion of the Wilton Woman’s Club commitment to community service.

The group is composed of WWC members and their middle and high school age daughters, working together to provide volunteer support to local non-profit organizations and human interest initiatives.

The mission and purpose of the program is for our daughters to learn more about community service, and give back to their community. 

Each mother signs up to supervise the JLP members at one event.  

Junior Leadership Program Upcoming Dates:

In order to solidify a annual schedule for the JLP program, we have devised the following volunteer opportunities.  We are hoping these become annual programs that the girls can look forward to and plan for each year.  Please save these dates in your calendars and when possible work your schedules around these programs.  Also, please note some of these programs are also open to ALL members even if you don't have a daughter to volunteer with.

Friday, March 29th, 3:30-4:30pm

Fit Body Bootcamp Workout Fundraiser for Wilton Social Services 

(OPEN TO ALL WWC MEMBERS)

Girls can take the bus to town after school and meet their moms at Fit Body Bootcamp (located next to Kumon and Happy Hands).  We will be collecting personal care items and a $20 donation for Wilton Social Services.

This special workout for Wilton Women's Club members is free with donation.  Come experience a fun mom/daughter 30 minute workout at one of the new businesses in town while collected donations for Wilton Social Services.  

Kids age 10-17 are welcome to participate with a participating adult.  Any children under 10 are welcome to hang out in the welcome area but are not permitted on the mats. (If there is enough interest, we can talk to Happy Hands about having a class available for those under 10, please let Sarah McCall know if interested in this option).  Pre-registration required.  Details tbd.

Tuesday, June 4th, 3:30 - 5pm  (Date subject to change)

Making flower arrangements for Senior Center at Comstock

Girls can take the bus to Trackside after school, there they will meet leaders from the Wilton Garden Club who will instruct on what flowers to pick from the garden and how to make floral arrangements.  Moms will be needed to help transport the arrangements to Senior Center.

 Summer 2019 (Date TBD)

Help harvest, bag and transport vegetables from Trackside vegetable garden to Wilton food pantry.

November 2019 (Date TBD)

Assemble and distribute Thanksgiving meals to home bound residents in Wilton.

December 2019 (Date TBD)

Assemble and distribute Holiday meals to home bound residents in Wilton.


  • Additional Opportunity:

We wanted to let you know that the Wilton Garden Club has a Organic Vegetable Gardening program for 6 weeks in May/June for all students in Middle School or High School.  Student can earn service hours for participating.  AND IT'S FREE!

Students can take the bus after school to Trackside.  They do really cool things besides planting and harvesting the garden, they make juices from the produce, they make garden art displays with recyclable materials, they make flower arrangements, and much more.  See the link below for more info and to sign up.

https://www.trackside.org/green-teens


In 2016, the JLP group learned about significant women in Wilton's history, did reports and exhibits, and displayed them in the front lobby of the Wilton Library during March. See the article in Good Morning Wilton here: Woman's Club Junior Leadership

If you are interested in signing up with your daughter, please visit our members page here: Junior Leadership.  You must be a member of the Wilton Woman's Club to sign up (click here for Membership information). 

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The Wilton Woman's Club is nonprofit and tax exempt (501c3)

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