The Franklin Woman's Club is committed to providing community service through volunteer work and/or organizing donation opportunities with local, national or international impact. See below for a description of projects and ways you can get involved.
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With Valentine’s Day approaching, candlelit dinners and romance usually come to mind. But for the Franklin Woman’s Club, the focus is on acts of kindness and charity. Recently, club members combined an art class with a service project to bring Valentine’s Day wishes to Meals on Wheels clients and abused and neglected children. After the club’s Arts/Creative Chairperson, Daryl Miller (a former elementary school art teacher), demonstrated how to create “pop ̵...Read Full Post »
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Franklin Woman’s Club is a Gold Ladle Sponsor $500
Empty Bowls – Franklin Township, NJ, in concert with the Franklin Food Bank, will host the first annual Empty Bowls Event, on March 10, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton on Atrium Drive in Somerset. The event is open to the public.
Empty Bowls is a grassroots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level. For a monetar...Read Full Post »
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The Franklin Woman's Club has been involved in the Shot@Life initiative since 2013 and as of November 2018, have raised $1,065.78! If you would like to make a donation, please send a check made payable to Franklin Woman's Club PO Box 5793, Somerset, NJ 08875 noting "Shot@Life" in the subject line of your check.
This year, 1.7 million children will die from diseases that have a...Read Full Post »
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Every year, almost 700,000 children suffer abuse or neglect in the US (according to the National Children’s Alliance) and the NJ State Federation of Women’s Clubs (NJSFWC) wants to help them through a two - year partnership (2018-2020) with CASA of NJ (Court Appointed Special Advocates).
“If you were a child who experienced abuse or neglect, you would be facing a life likely defined by physical, psychological or em...Read Full Post »
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Personally Yours Lingerie (315 Main St., Bedminster, NJ) has partnered with the Franklin Woman's Club by donating bras for the FREE THE GIRLS initiative. In this 3rd donation made in September 2018, the club was able to ship 275 bras that will be used by women in developing countries to build their own businesses selling second-hand clothing while going to school, thereby allowing them to financially maintain their homes and care for their families.TheRead Full Post »
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“Imagine a group of people, picking up a drum or some percussion, and the next thing you know, everyone is jamming! The air is filled with motivating sound and movement. You are floating and really feeling the beat! The sound is healing! You are part of the drumming and rhythm.” This was the image that Dave Miller created in an interactive drumming circle program he recently presented with Dana McCurdy at the Quail Brook Senior Center (625 New Brunswick Rd., Somerset NJ). Dave and...Read Full Post »
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Never underestimate the power of an idea and a group of women. Back in 2005, one woman created the World Wide Knit in Public Day (WWKPD) as a way to encourage knitters to come together and enjoy each other’s company. Over time, it evolved into the largest knitter and volunteer–run event in the world with an opportunity for people to knit for a cause. Growing from a mere 25 events in 2005, hundreds of World Wide Knit in Public Day events are now celebrated in over 31 countries i...Read Full Post »
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The Franklin Woman’s Club (FWC) is committed to improving the local and international community through volunteerism. Knowing of the horrors of human trafficking around the world, the club wanted to find a way to make a difference. After learning about the Free the Girls initiative, the club realized they could expand the impact ...Read Full Post »
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Somerville Senior Housing Knitting Club (SSHKC) has been collaborating with the Franklin Woman's Club (FWC) since 2017 to help support various charitable organizations. After receiving an invitation to knit purple baby hats for the Click for Babies Campaign, (a Prevent Child Abuse NJ initiative), building direc...Read Full Post »
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Franklin Woman's Club members donated $200 to honor the memory of Kim Thorne, who was a dear friend to club members and FWC Co - President. The mission of the Embrace Kids Foundation is "to ligthen the burden, maintain normalcy and improve the quality of life for families whose children are facing cancer, sickle cell and other serious health challenges. Embrace Kids addresses the spiritual, emotional and financial needs of patient families in the New Je...Read Full Post »
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Have you ever wondered how you could help victims of human sex trafficking? Here is what the Franklin Woman's Club is doing. The club's International Outreach Chairman, Valerie Buckner, learned about the Free the Girls Program and shared the information with fellow club members. Free the Girls is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization de...Read Full Post »