North Shore Junior Women’s Club is collecting school supplies for the Clarke Street school. We are moved by the recent tragic loss of Sierra Guyton. With this simple supply drive, we want to show our support for the Clarke Street School and the neighboring community as the children start the school year. Donation boxes will be at the Whitefish Bay Farmers Market and the Whitefish Bay Library through August 23rd, 2014 or contact a club member.
Items needed include the following:
Supply box or Pencil Pouch
Kid scissors (rounded)
Erasers- both pencil top and rectangular
Glue bottles (4 or 8 oz)- washable
Crayons- 24 pack
Washable Markers- 8 pack
Colored Pencils- (8-12 pack)
Dry Erase markers- generally 4 pack different colors
12 inch/centimeter ruler
Spiral Notebooks- wide rule
Pencil Sharpeners with Cap to catch the shavings
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Camp Hometown Heroes is a free annual week-long overnight summer camp for children and younger siblings of fallen U.S. service members who died in any manner – combat, accidents, suicide, illness or friendly fire.
If you would like to prepurchase tickets, you can do so through our PayPal account. You will be added to our list upon receipt of payment and we’ll send acknowledgment of receipt.
If you would like to make a donation to Camp Hometown Heroes via the North Shore Junior Women’s Club but can not attend or want to add to your ticket, donate via this button. We will send a receipt for your tax purposes.
Come to a night of Shopping and refreshments.
A fundraiser for North Shore Junior Women’s Club.
Sunday March 9, 2014 6-8pm.
Charming Charlie’s Port Washington Rd. Glendale.
Click here for map.
Join us all for shopping at AnaMaria’s House. See the attached flyer for information!
The North Shore Junior Women’s Club “NSJWC” proudly announces its selection of Camp Hometown Heroes as the beneficiary of their bi-annual fundraiser scheduled for Spring 2014.
Camp Hometown Heroes provides a week-long summer camp experience for children between the ages of 7 and 15 who have lost a loved one that served in the U.S. Military at no cost. Camp Hometown Heroes takes place one week each summer at the YMCA Camp Matawa in Campbellsport, Wisconsin. In addition to the summer camp experience the program is staffed with trained grief counselors from Kyle’s Korner that can promote healing for the participating kids in the supportive, peer camp environment.
NSJWC’s partnership with Camp Hometown Heroes will begin with treat bags for the campers and hosting a s’mores night during the inaugural 2013 camp week.
NSJWC is excited to partner with Camp Hometown Heroes and for the opportunity to raise funds that will assist them in expanding their mission to help children heal from their loss.
For more information on North Shore Junior Women’s Club and announcements concerning the fundraiser please visit www.nsjwc.org.
For information on Camp Hometown Heroes please visit http://www.HometownHeroes.org