About Us

History

The Club was organized in 1975, federated in 1976, and became incorporated in 1980.   The Club is a College District Member of the NJ State Federation of Women’s Clubs (“NJSFWC”) of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (“GFWC”).  We are a non-profit, service oriented volunteer group, composed of women of varying ages and diverse interests WHO CARE. Although our membership mainly consists of Tewksbury residents, the Club also has members that live close by, in the area, that share our common interests and concerns. We began with 25 members, and have 80 members, to date.  Anne Diamente is currently the Club President.

The Woman’s Club of Tewksbury Township is proud to have contributed hundreds of thousands of volunteer hours and dollars, in service to the community, since 1975. Our mission is to continue doing so by aiding our community and supporting its endeavors by incorporating its needs into our volunteer efforts. We humbly look to the future to see where else we are needed and what else we can accomplish.

Activities

Club activities evolve with the interests of club members. From antiquing, to walks, evening socials, gardening, day trips and gourmet food groups, there is something at the club for every interest and, if someone has an idea, there is usually a group willing to make it a reality.

Special Projects

Our NJSFWC Special State Project 2016-2018 is Prevent Child Abuse (“PCA”)

Prevent Child Abuse – New Jersey is the New Jersey Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, a network of chapters in all 50 states. Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect, in all forms, for all New Jersey children. Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is the only statewide non-profit dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect in all forms, for all New Jersey children. For more information on the NJSFWC State Project, please click on the link to the NJSFWC website.

Who we support

The WCTT sponsors local students by offering scholarships each year. We have also provided support to Children of Vietnam, Hunterdon Hills Nursing Home, Little Brook Nursing Home, Oldwick Firehouse, Open Cupboard Food Pantry, Safe In Hunterdon, Tewksbury Family Assistance Fund, Tewksbury Library, and Whittemore Wildlife Sanctuary.