Community Partners

Community Partners, Literacy Partners, and Networking Partners!

Members, businesses, and organizations support the Woman’s Club Of Red Bank by getting involved. In alignment with our MISSION, we partner with organizations interested in supporting events and programs for our local community, modern literacy, and/or social and professional networking.

Businesses and Organizations Get Involved

Community Partners

Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation

Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation (JSJBF).

The Woman’s Club co-hosts the Reckless Steamy Nights concert series with the JSJBF on the last Friday of most months.

member contact: Doris Lazur

Our Art Committee collaborates with JSJBF for a monthly Art & Music night with the Mark LaRochelle Youth Open Mic Nights an open mic night for kids under 21. These events are on the JSJBF website.

member contact: Peggy Masse

Wesleyan Senior Cafe Meetup Red Bank NJ

United Methodist Communities at the Wesleyan.

Every Wednesday the Woman’s Club is transformed into the Wesleyan Café, a Senior Space aka Senior Café. All seniors in the community are invited to stop in for coffee, lunch, yoga, movies, and other walk-in events.

member contact: Cindy Jacques


LunchBreak – Lunch Break is temporarily closed due to construction. For many years Lunch Break hosted a Prom Dress Give-a-way event at the Woman’s Club.

member contact: Ellen Davis (retired). We are looking for a new member contact.


HabCore – housing the homeless in Monmouth and Ocean counties.

member contact: ____ Looking for a new member contact.

Northshore Fellowship

The Woman’s Ministry hosts a free monthly Northshore Fellowship Woman’s Breakfast at the Woman’s Club.

member contact: Bill Asay

Literacy Partners

Project Write Now

Project Write Now Project Write Now is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit transforming individuals, organizations, and communities through writing.

Project Write Now usually has Thursday writing classes at the club and periodically they host other events in the clubhouse.

member contact: Jennifer Chauhan, MA, Executive Director of Project Write Now

WAGE, Woman and Girls Education International

Women and Girls’ Education (WAGE) International is a New Jersey-based group that works with local and global organizations through community networking to raise awareness, support, and develop educational resources for empowerment.

WAGE works along with the Woman’s Club of Red Bank to support literacy through community outreach and periodic programs at the clubhouse.

member contact: Lorraine Lang

Mind Gardens

Mind Gardens is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) 501c3 organization in Red Bank. Bill Asay has been helping to upgrade our electrical system on the second and third floors of the clubhouse and renovate one of the rooms on the second floor where Mind Gardens will begin to hold programs in 2024. More information on

member contact: Bill Asay

Red Bank Public Library

Red Bank Public Library – The early founders of the Woman’s Club of Red Bank donated books to the first Red Bank Library!

The historical librarian at the library has helped us identify historical information on some of the photos hanging in our clubhouse as well as information in general about our clubhouse, the Reckless Estate. The library is not technically a community partner of the Woman’s Club but a valuable Red Bank resource for literacy and community! more info @

Networking/Social Partners

The Shore Women Business Network is a group of professional businesswomen in New Jersey. more @

member contact: Peggy Masse

If you have a business or organization that is interested in partnering with the Woman’s Club, contact us to discuss how we can work together with our community.