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.
Members - the WWC is again participating in Wilton Social Services' Thanksgiving Basket collection! Sign up here - Basket - to donate a food item for the basket, to give to a family to make their own Thanksgiving Meal. Drop offs start Friday 11/16. Thank you!
Don't forget to RSVP for the Annual Holiday Luncheon! It's taking place Dec. 3 at Oak & Almond but the RSVP Deadline is November 19! After that time, the numbers are set! It was so much fun last year, don't miss out! Sign up here: Holiday Luncheon. This event is members-only.
The WWC makes 48 hot Thanksgiving meals for homebound residents of Wilton each year. Members, please remember to sign up to cook a dish and bring it to Comstock on Wednesday 11/21 - sign ups are here: Hot Meals or in your November newsletter. Our Junior Leadership girls will be dividing up the dishes, assembling meals, and delivering.
Open to All: The Holiday Shopping & Social Event!
A Night to Support Wilton Social Services
Wednesday, November 28
5:30-7:00 p.m. Shop at Open House, Signature Style, Local Soul and B. Chic and receive a 10% discount on all purchases.
7:00-8:30 p.m. Meet at Cactus Rose for tapas and a cash bar. Socialize with new and old friends around the outdoor fire.
Tickets are $40/person & $20 goes to Wilton Social Services! To purchase, click here: Holiday Shopping and Social
This evening is open to the public, so invite friends!
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the WWC was happy to present the Wilton Domestic Violence Task Force with $24,000 to bring programming to Wilton students and the community about preventing violence. Pictured L-R are former Philanthropy Co-Chair Dianne deWitt, DVTF President Jen McNamara, DVTF Secretary Margaret Creeth, and former WWC Co-President Lorraine Winsor.
Thank you to everyone who attended our "Language of Chocolate Lunch" at the Roger Sherman Inn, where we learned about the culinary career of Executive Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo, and his company, the Omanhene Cocoa Bean Company, which creates wonderful chocolates from cocoa farms in Ghana to distribute here. In addition to our delicious lunch at the beautiful Inn, we tasted delectable truffles! It was great to learn more about our food, and to catch up with friends.
We are so excited that we raised $44,000 at our 11th Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon in March for the Wilton Domestic Violence Task Force and the Domestic Violence Crisis Center!
Join us at the Fundraiser next year: April 4, 2019!
If interested in sponsorship information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
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Domestic Violence in our Towns - Jen McNamara
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