Who We Are
Thank you to all who attended our first event of our new year - our virtual Fall Fashion Show! We thank all the attendees, and the local Wilton shops who made videos to show us their new looks for Fall. Check them out below!
Also, don't forget to sign up for your WWC membership for 2020-21 (click button at right)!
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Who We Are
The Wilton Woman's Club is a service-based, philanthropic, and social organization for women of diverse ages, backgrounds, and talents. Our objectives are to serve, learn, and strengthen bonds between women by connecting with our community through friendships, volunteering, social activities, and education. Founded in 1966, the Club has donated more than $200,000 over the last 10 years to local non-profit groups and scholarships for Wilton High School seniors. We look forward to supporting Wilton and Fairfield County throughout the future.
Thank you, Wilton!
Thank you so much to all of the ticket buyers, donors, and sponsors of our 2020 Annual Fashion Show Fundraiser. Although we had to cancel this 13th annual event due to Covid-19, through your generosity, we were still able to raise $8000 to donate to our three beneficiaries:
We could not have done this without the support of our sponsors:
We would also like to thank Nordstrom at SoNo for partnering with us in planning the Fashion Show. And finally, thank you to each and every ticket buyer and donor!
Elizabeth Sternad Scholarship Winner
Congratulations to Wilton High School senior Kelsey Rhodes, the recipient of this year's Elizabeth Sternad Scholarship. Kelsey exemplifies Betty Sternad's vision of improving life in Wilton through selfless giving and community service. Read more about Kelsey and her accomplishments here.
Short Story Contest: Thank you!
Thank you to everyone who entered our Short Story Contest to celebrate the 100th anniversary of passage of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote. We are proud to announce that the winner is Gayathri Kaimal, a 9th grader from Wilton High School. Congratulations Gayathri! Take a moment to read her story: WWC Short Story Winner.
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