The West Morris Junior Woman’s Club (MJWC) is a service organization formed by and for the young women of the West Morris area. The Club has sponsored charitable, educational and civic activities in the surrounding communities since it was founded in 1957. The club is a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the State of New Jersey.
Our mission is to unite women of West Morris and neighboring communities to volunteer their time, talents and energy creating an organization which supports people in need through projects benefiting the community.
Donate to WMJWC to help our causes!
Juniors Kicks Off Annual Food Drive
Our Annual Thankgiving Food Drive is kicking off November 3 and will end with the turkey pick up on Monday, November 24! Last year, Juniors donated 111 meals, 131 turkeys, four truck loads of food and $244 to Family Intervention Services(FIS). Our goal is to increase these numbers as FIS supplies over 250 Thanksgiving Meals to families in Morris County. As in the past, we'll continue to work with the area schools to collect donations and may even add some preschools to the mix!
How can you help? Consider donating one or more Thankgiving meals to a family in need via the PayPal button below! Every twenty dollars you donate will buy one complete meal (minus the turkey). Or, you can drop off donations at the home of Corrie Viola. And, you can also help sort and bag food on Wednesday, November 19 at 9:15. Contact Corrie Viola at email@example.com if you'd like to help out!
Juniors Debut Float at the Annual Community
Labor Day Parade
community members from the Mendhams and surrounding areas gathered on September
1st to celebrate Labor Day at the annual Parade and Carnival - one of Mendhams
Juniors had a great
presence at this annual community event where we participated in the parade and
debut our spirited float to help promote awareness of our Club.
Special thanks to members Allyson Daly, Linda Chang, Paula Lubas,
Francesca Mullany, Kelly Rice, Corrie Viola, Ginna Welsh (and family!) and
Laura Wilson for their help decorating the float and for representing the Club
at the parade. Just another way
Juniors supports our community and honors our country!