Businesses & Organizations Can Become Sponsors
Members, businesses, and organizations support the Woman’s Club Of Red Bank in a variety of ways. The Woman’s Club of Red Bank has aligned itself with a variety of local businesses and organization to provide services to the community as well as to raise capital for the repair and maintenance of the historic clubhouse. For more information on becoming a sponsor contact us.
Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation (JSJBF) The Woman’s Club co-hosts the Reckless Steamy Nights concert series with the Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation on the last Friday of the month. …read more The JSJBF also hosts a monthly youth open mic night.
United Methodist Communities at the WesleyanThe Wesleyan SeniorCafé is hosted every Wednesday. All seniors are invited to stop in for coffee, lunch, yoga, movies, and other walk-in-events at the Woman’s Club. More information on their MeetUp page.
Stephy’s PlaceSupport Center for Grief and Loss in Red Bank, NJ. …more @ www.StephysPlace.org
AMICI Italian American Benevolent Association This organization meets and hosts fundraising events in the clubhouse. … more at amicinj.org
Red Bank Public Library… more info @ redbanklibrary.org
WAGE International Women And Girls’ Education International (WAGE) is a community of volunteers who share a passion for empowering women and girls through education. WAGE workd along with the Woman’s Club of Red Bank supporting literacy through community outreach. … more @ www.wageintl.org
Shore Women Business Network The Shore Women Business Network is a group of professional business women in New Jersey. …more @ ShoreWomen.com
Red Bank Networking Group The Red Bank Networking Group is a weekly business referral networking group that meets every other Thursday at 7:15am at the Woman’s Club. For more information go to RedBankNetworkingGroup.com.
Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone
The law firm of Davison, Eastman, & Muñoz, Lederman & Paone, P.A. has provided financial sponsorship of many events at the Woman’s Club of Red Bank.