Join us for our 10th annual Trivia Night! GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club is committed to providing service and help to those in need in our communities. Your support of Trivia Night will help us in this mission.
The GFWC Marlboro Junior Woman’s Club was formed in October, 1964 by a group of 15 women looking to perform community service work. 2014 marks our 50th year of community service.
If you are looking for a fun night out and want to relive some of the tunes from the 80s come to The Best Prom you Never Had. You will wear fancy clothes! You will dance! You will eat, and drink, and help us raise money for those in need in our community! You may be the prom king, or queen! You will have a great time!
Date: Saturday, February 8th, 2014
Time: start at 8 p.m.
Location: Speakers Night Club in Marlborough
Cost: $25/ per person
Cash Bar and DJ
A portion of our proceeds will benefit Metrowest Princess Boutique which is March 8,
Just before the holidays, nearly 40 families were moved into hotels in the Marlborough area as part of the state’s program to move families into hotels as shelters in the Boston area have filled up. Read more about in this Community Advocate article.
MJWC member Katherine Hennessy jumped into action first organizing a coat drive followed by a non-perishable food drive. Friends, family and Juniors dropped off coats, gloves, hats, boots and mittens to Katherine’s house. Overall, there were donations of over 40 coats, 5 pairs of boots, multiple sets of hats & mittens, scarves, etc.
One of our favorite ways to give back to the community is participating in Second Saturday. Grace Baptist Church in Hudson (map) organizes this monthly volunteer event, which features a bounty of jobs to meet the needs of local residents and non-profits. For the past several years, club members have showed up bright and early, often times bringing along friends and family, and pitched in to serve those in need. Some club members are leaders of regularly scheduled volunteer jobs, while others enjoy choosing from the variety of evolving tasks that help the elderly,
The good news is you don’t have to choose between volunteering at Second Saturday and volunteering at the Convoy of Hope on Saturday October 12th! ALL the Second Saturday jobs will involve serving at the Convoy of Hope in Stevens Park, Marlborough.
Although this event is organized by faith-based groups, dozens of human services groups will be there with the goal of providing support to people who could use a helping hand, whether due to poverty or other needs. Attendees will be treated to lunch, receive free haircuts, bags of groceries,
Join us for a little early holiday shopping as we are hosting a vendor night on October 17, 2013, 7 – 9 PM at the Marlborough Country Club. At the event you’ll find 10 – 12 vendors such as; Mary Kay, Lia Sophia, Tupperware, 31, Usborn Books, Pampered Chief, Heaven Scent Soap. There will be a representative from each vendor for one of their products.
October 5, 2013
Navin Rink—Bolton St (Route 85)
9 AM — 1:00 PM
Ranges from $2 per small item up to$20 per large item or $30 per carload(Additional fee for nonelectronics—grills,A/C, mowers, etc.)
Items can be recycled ranging from $2 per small items such as remote toys and small appliances to $20 for large appliances such as refrigerators, stoves, grills (no propane tanks) and lawn equipment (no gas or oils).
All donations are 100% tax deductible as we are a Non-Profit organization. Proceeds from this event go back into the local
From our Salvation Army contact: We have an exciting program we are rolling out in the Marlborough and Gardner areas called “Flags for Our Forces” a fundraising program designed to specifically address the economic needs of the US Military (Veterans and families of deployed soldiers). Our goal is to raise money to help with rent, utility bills, food, clothing and other basic necessities of life. We recognize we cannot solve all of the issues, but we do know together we can help.
For each $20 donation received in the “FLAGS FOR OUR FORCES” fund raiser,