Support for women and their families has always been a priority for Bexley Women’s Club.
During the Depression, the Bexley Women’s Club provided Bexley families with food and clothing. For many years, the Club supported Choices, a shelter for families escaping domestic violence.
More recently, Bexley Women’s Club has donated funds for the Jeffrey Mansion renovation, supported Bexley families during COVID through the Developmental Assets Resource Network (DARN), and packed care packages for our troops with Operation Buckeye.
Every month, we work together on a social service project, caring for others in Bexley and our wider community.
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Warm Meals for Victims of Human Trafficking
A special thanks to Kris Tann for organizing an item drive for the YWCA Family Center. Thanks to your generosity, she was able to donate:
Several handfuls of travel size shampoo conditioner
The Club has recently been sprinkling "Seeds of Goodness" throughout Bexley and beyond to individuals and organizations that make this world better and brighter. In conjunction with BWC's dedication to social services and community awareness, we have made financial donations to:
For our service project this month, we will be collecting donated snack bag items for police officers and first responders. Please sign up to donate a few specified items (such as gum, energy bars, candy). During our BWC Happy Hour on Jan. 12 from 5-6:00 pm at Grain n Grape, 2780 East Main Street, Bexley, Ohio 43209, we will assemble the bags and enjoy some drinks- here is the Sign Up (even if you can't donate items, please come to the Happy Hour!)- https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050F4FADA622A0F85-bwcjanuary
To Be Determined
LSS - Frebis Road Pantry
To Be Determined
Supplies for student Homework Help Center at Bexley Library--Pencils, paper, markers, snacks
*** Subject to change due to COVID
Blue Star Moms - for care packages to service members
Please donate new or gently used items off the wish list below to support Sanctuary Night, which is a safe, sacred space for vulnerable women who need a place to rest, eat, connect, and get desired resources. Sanctuary Night’s drop-in center is located on Sullivant Ave and is staffed by a Clinical Counselor, a Social Worker, Peer Support Specialist, and Clinical Case Managers who connect with women to request services and provide relational support. The drop in center has a large kitchen for women to make and eat meals together, showers, a washer and dryer, clothing & hygiene closet, a healthcare clinic, and a hospitality room where they can hang out and rest:
Insulated leggings (s-xl)
Other beauty supplies
Body spray or lotions
Small portable mirrors
Your donations are greatly appreciated and can be left at the home or front porch of BWC member, Mary Zeier.
Donations accepted through Dec. 18!
BWC Members-We need your help!
☆BLUE STAR MOTHERS☆ have made a request for notes to veterans to hand out the first week of November. Would you please take a moment to pick up some cards to write "Thank you for your service" to a local veteran? Just sign your first name.
You can drop off your cards to Barb Michael-Jones. There will be a box on the front porch for your cards. The Social Services Committee would love to have 50 cards from BWC members. Have your children, grandchildren, and other family members help! Your cards need to be delivered to Barb by Sunday, October 28th! You can call Barb if you have any questions. Thank you!