The Vernon Township Woman’s Club recently held its installation ceremony to induct a new executive board for the 2020-22 term.
The all-volunteer, nonprofit club serves the community through charitable and philanthropic activities, and supports local organizations including Domestic Abuse Services (DASI), the Homestead Rehabilitation Center and Family Promise.
Newly installed president Maria Dorsey said she is looking forward to continuing the club’s history of service and kindness, but the coronavirus pandemic has severely derailed their fundraising efforts. Her goal for the upcoming year is to raise enough money to continue most of the activities that bring happiness and relief to those in need.
Donations are accepted via check or through the Venmo app @VernonTownship-Woman’s Club. For information, visit the Vernon Township Woman’s Club on Facebook or at VTWC.org. The club operates under the auspices of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), an international organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service, and the NJ State Federation of Women’s Clubs.