Member of New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs of GFWC
Founded 1956 / Federated 1957


Shore District

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Club President: Barbara Mitchell --


Membership & Meetings


Membership in the Woman's Club of Middletown is open to all women 18 years of age and over. We are nonpartisan and nondenominational. Join us as we "Volunteer...Work From The Heart".

Daytime Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month, October through June, at Noon.

Evening meetings are held the second Thursday of each month, October through June, at 7:30 P.M.

Meetings are held in Harlan Hall at The Westminster Presbyterian Church, 94 Tindall Rd, Middletown, NJ.




Five energetic and civic-minded women in Middletown Village met in 1956 and formed the Woman's Club of Middletown.

The objective of the club is to serve Middletown Township by encouraging friendship within our community, providing social services to the needy, encouraging beautification and conservation of our area, holding educational meetings, sharing talents, and developing leadership.

The members of the Woman's Club of Middletown have served their community in various ways with thousands of volunteer hours and dollars in charitable donations.  Some of the organizations supported are:

  • Middletown Public Library
  • Visiting Nurses Association
  • Humane Society/Kind News
  • 180 Turning Lives Around
  • Calico Cat Food Pantry
  • Family Promise
  • Middletown Helps Its Own
  • Monmouth County SPCA
  • Manna House
  • Middletown Arts Center
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Middletown First Aid Squads
  • Middletown Police/Fire Dept.
  • Brookdale College
  • Marlpit Hall
  • Bicentennial Road Markers
  • N.J. Commission for the Blind
  • St. John of God School
  • Annually award Marion Andrews Educational Book Scholarship to a graduating Middletown North High School Senior.
  • Conduct annual Holiday Gift Trees Project to benefit needy Middletown Township children.
  • Sponsor three High School girls in their Junior year as delegates to the NJSFWC Girl’s Career Institute held at Douglass College.




The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs gives women the opportunity to expand their horizons through individual growth and by working together towards a common goal. You can:

  • be a part of an ongoing respected organization with 8,000 members in NJ;
  • have the opportunity for friendship, fun and fulfillment while working together;
  • have a voice in policy making.
  • Together we can make a difference, within ourselves, and within our communities.




Planned Club Events

  • Prepare Christmas Stockings for the Military
  • Letters from Santa Project
  • Holiday Gift Trees for Needy Township Children
  • Barnes & Noble Holiday Gift Wrapping Fundraiser
  • International Tasting Luncheon/Dinner for CARE and NJSFWC International Scholarship
  • Prepare Items for the Visiting Nurses Association's Shut-in's Project



Helpful Links 


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