Community service rewards everyone.

It’s fun to raise funds with friends.

We enjoy greeting everyone at our Strawberry, Peach and Apple Festivals at the Farmers Market, and at our Ramsey Day booth. We’re happy when local gardeners find their favorites veggies and herbs at our May Heirloom Tomato Plant Sale. We love to shop, and when we order at smile.amazon.com we earn a percentage of what we spend. We’re especially pleased that our popular What’s What In Ramsey book has become a valued resource for town residents.

Volunteers enjoy dishing out free strawberry shortcake at the Farmers Market to raise funds.

Supporting Ramsey is a time-honored tradition.

Harris Recht of Ramsey Responds receives a check from Club President Marjorie Detweiler.

Ramsey’s Veterans Park, Library, Historical Society, Ambulance Corps, Fire Department and High School Scholarship Program have all received our help. On Memorial Day and Veterans Day we honor those who served our country. We award scholarships to high school seniors, and pay prom expenses for a deserving girl recommended by the high school. And, at every meeting we bring food and household items for St. Paul’s Food Pantry. Our community projects include:

Ramsey Ambulance Corps
Ramsey Free Public Library
Ramsey High School Prom Girl Program
Ramsey High School Scholarship Program
Ramsey Historical Society
Ramsey Responds
St. Paul’s Food Pantry

Federation projects make an impact in the nation and in the world.

Our NJSFWC Special State Project for 2018-2020 is CASA, New Jersey (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children), which provides advocates for children in Family Court to ensure their safety and well-being. We donate funds to provide holiday stockings for our troops overseas. We also support programs for victims of domestic violence, making contributions at the local level. We contribute to the Girls Career Institute at Douglass College, which encourages high school junior girls to explore women’s issues. Our donations to HOBY, which provides 70 leadership seminars across the country, enables high school sophomores to hone their leadership talents and apply them to become effective, ethical leaders in their home, school, workplace, and community. Our nationwide projects include:

CASA for Children
Center for Hope and Safety
Child Abuse Prevention
HOBY (Hugh O’Brien Leadership
Operation Christmas Stocking