American Association of University Women (AAUW)- Jacksonville Chapter

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The Jacksonville Branch of The American Association of University Women (AAUW) was organized in February 1926.

Advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since our founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.

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American Association of University Women (AAUW)- Jacksonville Chapter

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The Jacksonville Branch of The American Association of University Women (AAUW) was organized in February 1926.

Advancing equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since our founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.

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Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association

jacksonvillepanhellenic.org

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Jacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association (JAPA) is a community-based organization of women, founded in 1914 and affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference. Members consist of Alumnae from NPC member group fraternities. The women of JAPA aim to provide opportunities for long-lasting friendships among women, encourage community involvement, award scholarships to deserving young women, exercise leadership and occupational networking, and enjoy the common bond of Greek sisterhood.

 

The NPC includes these member organizations

  • Alpha Chi Omega

  • Alpha Delta Pi

  • Alpha Epsilon Phi

  • Alpha Gamma Delta

  • Alpha Omicron Pi

  • Alpha Phi

  • Alpha Sigma Alpha

  • Alpha Sigma Tau

  • Alpha Xi Delta

  • Chi Omega

  • Delta Delta Delta

  • Delta Gamma

  • Delta Phi Epsilon

  • Delta Zeta

  • Gamma Phi Beta

  • Kappa Alpha Theta

  • Kappa Delta

  • Kappa Kappa Gamma

  • Phi Mu

  • Phi Sigma Sigma

  • Pi Beta Phi

  • Sigma Delta Tau

  • Sigma Kappa

  • Sigma Sigma Sigma

  • Theta Phi Alpha

  • Zeta Tau Alpha

111 Riverside Ave

Jacksonville, Florida

japageneralinfo@gmail.com

North East Florida Healthy Start- Azalea Project

nefhsc.homestead.com/AzaleaProject.html

nefhealthystart.org/for-women/azalea-project/

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The goal of the Azalea Project is to reduce risk-taking behavior in substance abusing pregnant and parenting women. The project works to break the cycle of substance use and other at-risk behaviors.

The Azalea Project provides outreach, education and support services to substance-using pregnant women. It focuses on substance-involved families whose lifestyle increases their chances of experiencing a myriad of health and social risks, including unsafe sex (STIs⁄HIV), unwanted childbearing, poor school performance, poverty, infant mortality, abuse and neglect and involvement with the criminal justice system. The Azalea Project is based on an empowerment model that promotes self-sufficiency and personal transformation using a comprehensive, multi-generational approach.

Faye Johnson, Project Manager

157 E. 8th Street, Suite 119

Jacksonville, Florida 32206

Office: 904.359.2520

Fax: 904.359.2525

Beta Sigma Phi- Jacksonville Council

bspjaxfl.org

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Lisa Carroll, Alpha President

Children's Home Society- Buckner Division 

chsfl.org/locations/greater-northeast-florida/

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Kymberly Cook, Executive Director

kymberly.cook@chsfl.org

3027 San Diego Road 32207

P.O. Box 5616

 

904-493-7744

St. Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women- Deaneries in North Jax, South Jax, St. Augustine

stadccw.com

stadccw.com/south-jax/

stadccw.com/north-jax/

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The St. Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (StADCCW) represents the Catholic women in the Diocese of St. Augustine through parish affiliations or groups.  We currently have four deaneries:  Gainesville, North Jax, St. Augustine and South Jax.

South Jax Deanery presents Hugs for the Homeless to Catholic Charities.  The money will be used for their Emergency Assistance program.

The St. Augustine DCCW is affiliated with the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW) and strives to "support, educate and empower" the women in our diocese "in spirituality, leadership and service," as stated in the NCCW Mission Statement.

Our organization is a service organization and we are structured around three (3) commissions:  SpiritualityLeadership and Service.  The work of Council is done through these commissions.

Staci Duncan, President

Smanatee1@aol.com


2434 Mercer Cir S.
Jacksonville, FL 32217


(904) 733-7624


Continental Societies, Inc. -Jacksonville Chapter

jacksonvillecontinentals.org

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Founded in June 1956 and incorporated nationally in 1972, the Continental Societies, Incorporated is an international public service organization dedicated to the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of underprivileged children and youth. 

Nationally, regionally, and locally Continentals have created innovative activities while they volunteer their time through outreach programs in youth centers, schools, pediatric wards, homes for the delinquent, special needs and emotionally challenged youth. Continentals volunteer innovatively through tutoring, mentoring, after-school programs, apparel donations, and walk-a-thons. Mentoring programs are a major component of the Continental approach.

To create environments within our communities that empower children to have access to quality and appropriate opportunities to reach their optimal potential
 

Deidra O. Franklin, President

 

6999-02 Merrill Road, Suite 294
Jacksonville, Florida 32277

jacksonvillecontinentals@gmail.com

jaxcsipr@gmail.com

Hubbard House

hubbardhouse.org

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The mission of Hubbard House is safety, empowerment, and social change for victims of domestic violence and their families.

Hubbard House objectives are (1) safety for the victims and their children, (2) empowerment for victims, and (3) social change through education and advocacy. 

Provides temporary refuge, educational programs and therapeutic day care program for battered women, their dependent children and sexually abused children. Maintains a commitment to break the cycle of violence perpetuated from generation to generation and educates the community on the issues of violence against women and publicizes the availability of services. 
 

24-HOUR HOTLINE: (904) 354-3114 

PO Box 4909
Jacksonville, FL 32201
Administrative Office: (904) 354-0076
hubbardhouse@hubbardhouse.org 

Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars, Inc. -Florida Chapter

csdiw.org

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Robert Jordan, Florida governor

pallasa@hotmail.com

Daughters of the American Revolution- Jacksonville Chapters

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Fort San Nicholas Chapter

Toni Weatherford, Regent

Jacksonville Chapter

Betty Reed, Regent

Jean Ribault Chapter

Sylvia Millard, Regent

Kan Yuk Sa Chapter

Mary Briand, Regent

Maria Jefferson Chapter

Martha Haze, Regent

Ponte Vedra Chapter

Judith Delmar, Regent

Sophia Flemming Chapter

Sydney Glazener, Regent

Duval County Democratic Party- Democratic Women's Information Network

duvaldems.org/democratic_women_s_information_network

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The Democratic Women’s Information Network, DWIN, is dedicated to its mission: “Growing a network of energized, talented, informed Democratic Women on the First Coast who nurture and tap the power of women to elect more Democrats and more Women.”   

Denise Ortega, President

Democratic Women's Club of Florida- Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. Johns Counties

dwcf.org

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Members and guests are trained in leadership and campaign skills through a variety of curricula offerings. Members help to recruit women to run for political office and manage campaigns. The Legislative Committee serves as the hub of activities during the Legislative Session as members monitor and lobby for or against legislation that has a dramatic impact on the lives of the citizens of Florida and particularly the women of Florida. Our goal is Equal Representation from the Court House to the White House and no less!

Mary Lou Woods, Regional Chair

marlylouwoods1@gmail.com

904-461-54098

Enterprising Women's Leadership Institute, Inc.

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To achieve EWLI's mission: "identify, support mentor and promote women's leadership in the business community". 
To enable each woman to reach her own potential.
To contribute to making a difference in our communities, country and world.

To provide members with opportunities to develop leadership skills and achieve personal goals.
To design, develop, offer and promote EWLI programs and services that meet the needs of today's business and professional woman.
To establish and support a network of committed EWLI organizational, community, and business leaders. 
To encourage members to take risks, develop support networks, and become resilient. 
To mentor those who need guidance and support. 
To respect the diversity of women's roles and responsibilities and accept those differences as keys to success.

Marilyn McCall Wiles, Founder/ Chair

contact@marilynwiles.com

wiles1964@icloud.com

P.O. Box 840021
Saint Augustine, Florida 32080

 

(904) 461-7297

Diocese of Florida- Episcopal Church Women

diocesefl.org/mission-ministry/diocesan-ministries/episcopal-church-women.aspx

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The Episcopal Church Women are about outreach, Mission and Ministry. The Episcopal Church Women empowers women to do Christ's ministry in the world.  We provide financial support to our seminarians, Cuba, our Missionaries, St. Mary's, St. Francis Shelter, Arbor House, ERD, the MDG's, Katrina Disaster Relief and other community organizations who work to build God's Kingdom. We have contributed thousands of dollars to Camp Weed and Cerveny Conference Center Capital Campaign through our Miles of Quarters and we will continue to support our Diocesan Parish Hall and the Diocese of Florida in any way we can. We are committed to mission and to sharing our ministries and evangelism efforts with all. 

Andrea Geiger, Committee Head

tandageiger@comcast.net

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council- Community 7

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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience focuses on building girls of courage, confidence, and character within a safe, supportive environment. Girls partner with caring adults to create a wide range of fun and challenging leadership activities that empower them to discover, connect, and take action to make a difference in today's world.

Tori Tabbot, Troop Support Specialist

tmtabbot@girlscouts-gateway.org

(904) 265-8015

 

1000 Shearer Ave
Jacksonville, Florida 32205

communications@girlscouts-gateway.org

(904) 388-4653

Girls Inc. of Jacksonville

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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience focuses on building girls of courage, confidence, and character within a safe, supportive environment. Girls partner with caring adults to create a wide range of fun and challenging leadership activities that empower them to discover, connect, and take action to make a difference in today's world.

Robin Rose, CEO

RoseR@girlsincjax.org

Ebony Williams, COO 

WilliamsE@girlsincjax.org

 

 

100 Festival Park Ave.
Jacksonville, FL. 32202
Phone: (904) 731-9933

Hadassah Jacksonville

hadassah.org/regions/southern/

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Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, is a volunteer organization that inspires a passion for and commitment to the land, the people, and the future of Israel. Through education, advocacy, and youth development, and its support of medical care and research at Hadassah Medical Organization, Hadassah enhances the health and lives of people in Israel, the United States and worldwide.

Bonnie Boring, President

 

1050 Crown Pointe Parkway, Ste 500
Atlanta, GA  30338

bboring@hadassah.org

(800) 664-5646
 

American Business Women's Association- Orange Park Charter Chapter

abwa.org/chapter/orange-park-charter-chapter

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The Mission of the American Business Women's Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.

Lynn McCarthy, Chapter President

Stonecroft Ministries- Jacksonville and Orange Park 

stonecroft.org

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"Stonecroft exists to help women reconcile to God through His Son, Jesus Christ. Our staff inspires, equips, and encourages women to reach women with the Gospel, each one – where she is, as she is. Since 1938, hundreds of thousands of women have been transformed through the Gospel because our Stonecroft women shared the Gospel with them. Approximately 15,000 volunteers across the United States currently invite the women around them to hear God’s story of redemption. Our vision is to usher in an unprecedented move of God as wom­en courageously share the Gospel of Jesus Christ right where they live."

Jacksonville, FL- Womens Connection

3130 Hartley Rd Jacksonville, FL 32257

(904) 328-5215

Orange Park, FL- Womens Connection

1701 Park Ave Orange Park, FL 32073

(904) 215-0351

Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA)

jwla.org

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The Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA) was founded in 1982 to provide support and networking for women lawyers in Jacksonville, Florida. JWLA membership is open to all attorneys, male or female, in Jacksonville, Florida and surrounding counties.

JWLA reaches out to the community with our annual participation in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. In addition, JWLA prioritizes mentoring of law students through partnering with the Women Law Students Association of Florida Coastal School of Law. JWLA has also partnered with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) for a JWLA Legal Internship during the summer. JWLA also hosts the Annual Judicial Reception, an event at which the judges of local state, federal and administrative benches are recognized for their contribution to the legal community.

Jennifer Shoaf Richardson, President 

Jennifer.Richardson@jacksonlewis.com

(904) 638-2668

Jacksonville Women's Network

jaxwomensnetwork.com

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The Jacksonville Women's Network is a by invitation 501(c) 6 nonprofit organization that encourages a diverse membership of successful women and supports them in their professional and community endeavors. It was founded in 1979 to encourage supportive links among top-ranking women in the business and volunteer communities. With approximately 300 members, the Network fosters an active interest in public affairs through its quarterly programs and annual Speaker’s Forum.

Zelda Greenberg, 2018 President 
president@jaxwomensnetwork.com 

 

P.O. Box 47078 
Jacksonville, FL 32247
(904) 858-3799
admin@jaxwomensnetwork.com

Jewish Federation of Jacksonville- Women's Division

jewishjacksonville.org/womens-div

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The Jewish Federation of Jacksonville is a fundraising organization supporting the local and global Jewish community by:
- Inspiring others to give
- Funding local and overseas Partner Agencies
- Forging strong connections in Israel and helping Jews across the Diaspora
- Supporting fellow Jews in need
- Inspiring the next generation to embrace Jewish identity and value Jewish education
- Providing direct programs and services designed to engage the local Jewish community

Allison Jacobs, Women's Division President

 

8505 San Jose Boulevard 
Jacksonville, FL 32217 
info@jewishjacksonville.org

904-448-5000 

Junior League of Jacksonville

jljacksonville.org

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The Junior League of Jacksonville is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The Junior League of Jacksonville, Inc will be a force of change as we strive to improve the quality of life in our communities.  We will train and utilize the talents and energies of our diverse membership in order to serve as a group of active volunteers and innovative leaders.

Reach Out Statement

The Junior League of Jacksonville reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins, who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to volunteerism.

Anne Detlefsen, President

President@jljacksonville.org

2165 Park Street
Jacksonville, FL 32204

(904) 387.9927

La Leche League- Jacksonville Chapter

lllflorida.com/lalecheleague/groups/lll-of-jacksonville/

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The mission of La Leche League is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.

We provide free mother-to-mother breastfeeding support and information. Pregnant mothers, nursing mothers, and their babies and toddlers are welcome at our free meetings and are encouraged to join us as members. 

We love supporting breastfeeding moms and their families by providing free information at our meetings and by phone and email. We love getting new members and encourage all new meeting attendees to join us and other breastfeeding moms and supporters worldwide.

Nora, Leader

LLLleaderNora@gmail.com

216-244-0057

Kim, Leader

kim.ward.msw@gmail.com

904-477-3000

League of Women Voters of Jacksonville First Coast

lwvjacksonvilleleague.org

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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government. The League works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy

 

Voters Service/Citizen Education: We present unbiased nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and issues.

 

Action/Advocacy We are nonpartisan, but, after study, we use our positions to advocate for or against particular policies in the public interest.

Ashish Bajaj, President

ashish.k.bajaj@gmail.com

PO Box 330353
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

lwvjaxfc@gmail.com

(904) 355-8683

Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women

coj.net/departments/boards-and-commissions/commission-on-the-status-of-women.aspx

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The Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women was established as an advisory commission on May 30, 1972, by Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, Jr. It was upgraded to full commission status by Mayor Jake Godbold in 1982. The commission is comprised of members appointed by the mayor to three year terms.Within its authority, the Commission shall act to: 

  • Develop a public consciousness of the talents of women, with special emphasis on the utilization of those talents as equal partners in the private, business, governmental and civic community;

  • Encourage women to become actively involved in matters pertaining to the government and community; 

  • Work toward utilization of capable women in roles of leadership;

  • Act as a source of information for women including, but not limited to, employment opportunities, education, harassment, and discrimination against women; and

  • Focus attention on the needs of underserved women and/or women with special needs

214 North Hogan Street, 7th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202

904-255-8008

MOMS Club of Jacksonville 

momsclubbeaches.com

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We are a support group designed just for you, the stay-at-home mother of today!

Provides support for stay-at-home moms or moms that work from home, part-time or even full time.  We have monthly meetings to discuss club business, park play days, special outings for mothers and their children, family holiday parties, and activity groups like playgroups, coupon exchange club, recipe club, Mom’s Night Out, and service projects such as Spina Bifida Association of Jacksonville, the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Florida, the Ronald McDonald House and the military.  

 

Organization meets during the day and children are welcome at all of the activities. The MOMS Club is a great way to meet other moms and for children to meet other kids.

MOMS Club Jacksonville Beaches
1015 Atlantic Blvd.,
#407 Atlantic Beach, FL 32233​

momsclubbeaches@yahoo.com

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

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The mission of MADD is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking.

Phone: 904.388.2455 

Fax: 904.388.2432

Email: northeast.fl@madd.org

Website: www.madd.org/northeastfl

9957 Moorings Dr #101, Jacksonville, FL 32257

Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPs)- East Pointe Church

epcjax.com/ministries/mops--east-pointe/

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MOPS International exists to encourage, equip and develop every mother of preschoolers to realize her potential as a woman, mother and leader in the name of Jesus Christ. At MOPS we provide a friendly and fun place for mothers to relax, encourage and learn from one another.  This is an often challenging, yet rewarding time in the life of a mom.  MOPS is here to provide an outlet for your stories, questions, and wisdom.  This year we will learn how to “Flourish Fiercely”. Join us as we learn to conquer mothering and life together!

Daphne Grice, MOPs Coordinator

epcmopsjax@gmail.com

904.654.3439

 

270 Kernan Blvd N 
Jacksonville, FL 32225-5300 

(904) 641-8323

office@epcjax.com

 
Meetings 

2nd & 4th Tuesday from 9:30AM - 12:00PM

National Council for Negro Women- Jacksonville Section

ncnw.org/index

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The mission is empowerment and unity among women in matters affecting the educational, cultural, economic, social and spiritual life of people, and serves as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of information of concern to women.

P.O. Box 2583
Jacksonville, FL 
Phone Number: (504) 638-5219
shanneyscott@aol.com

National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW) - Jacksonville Branch

nlapw.org

jaxpenwomen.com

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To encourage, recognize, and promote the production of creative work of professional standard in Art, Letters, and Music, and through outreach activities provide educational, creative, and professional support to members and non-members in these disciplines.’ The core values of the NLAPW are respect, knowledge, creation and preservation of the arts.

Members are journalists, painters, choreographers, sculptors, illustrators, songwriters, poets–just to mention a few of the creative fields we encompass.

Duncan Rosborough Sawyer, President

medphoto6@aol.com

National Organization for Women - Jacksonville Chapter

now.org

jaxnow.net

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The purpose of the Jacksonville Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is to take action to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society now, exercising all priviledges and responsibilities thereof in truly equal partnership with men. This includes, but is not limited to, equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education and family life.

PO Box 1762

Jacksonville, Florida

Jaxnow@comcast.net

(800) 246-8019

Orange Park Woman's Club

orangeparkwomansclub.com

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The Orange Park Woman’s Club, Inc. strives for high standards in moral integrity, sound judgment, and community service.  The Orange Park Woman’s Club was organized in 1910, and is a non-profit organization.  As a member of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs, we are a part of projects on a global level as well as in our local community.  

 

Our local involvement includes, but is not limited to Quigley House and Hubbard House Domestic Violence Shelters, Hospice, American Cancer Society, March of Dimes,  Clay County Victim’s Center,  Clothes Closet, Teacher Appreciation, Scholarships Salvation Army, Project Graduation, Red Cross, Senior Citizen Centers, Hoby (Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership), and community beautification.  We operate a thrift shop and a rental facility. We are dedicated to strengthening our community and enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.

Susan Mills, President

Betty Murphy, Rental Chairman

(904)269-4041

 

130 Kingsley Avenue
Orange Park,  FL  32073 

Phone: (904) 264-8269

moreinfo@orangeparkwomansclub.com

Pace Center for Girls, INC. - Jacksonville 

pacecenter.org/locations/jacksonville

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PACE helps to improve the quality of life for at-risk girls.  PACE promotes and enables young women to further their education, build self-esteem, and develop personal, social, and family relationship skills thereby becoming productive citizens through responsible decision making.  

 

The program provides middle school and high school credit courses to at-risk girls age 12-18 who have not been successful in a traditional school setting.  Services also include: life skills classes; community service opportunities; individual, group, and family counseling; case management services; job shadowing; and mentorship programs as well as placement in continuing education or employment upon completion of the program.  The program operates year round and serves more than 80 students per day.

Kimberly Reed, Executive Director

kimberly.reed@pacecenter.org

 

Thompson-Weaver Building
2933 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL 32211

 (904) 448-8002
 

Philoptochos Ladies Society - St. John the Divine- Greek Orthodox Church of Jacksonville, FL

stjohnthedivinejax.org/ministries/philoptochos-ladies-society

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The mission is to aid the poor, the destitute, the hungry, the aged, the sick, the unemployed, the orphaned, the imprisoned, the widowed, the handicapped, the victims of disasters, to undertake the burial of impoverished persons and to offer assistance to anyone who may need the help of the Church through fund raising efforts; to promote the charitable, benevolent and philanthropic purposes of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America through instructional programs, presentations, lectures seminars and other educational resources; to preserve and perpetuate Orthodox Christian concepts and the Orthodox Christian, Family, and through them, to promote the Greek Orthodox Faith and traditions, in accordance with its doctrines, canons, discipline, divine worship, usages and customs; and to promote participation in the activities of the Greek Orthodox Community, with the cooperation of the Parish Priest and the Parish Council.  The charitable work of the Society shall be performed with discretion, courtesy and kindness.

Cindy Tsengas, Membership Chair

ntsengas@yahoo.com

Betty Carantza, President

(561) 379-4682

3850 Atlantic Blvd. 
Jacksonville, FL 32207

 904-396-5383

Pilot Club International- Jacksonville 

pilotclubjax.org

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To serve by furthering Pilot International's efforts through charitable, educational and research programs in communities throughout the world.

As a guiding force for community projects, the Pilot Club of Jacksonville is a volunteer organization of executice, business and professional leaders. Working together to improve the quality of life in North Florida, this club steadfastly supports the agencies that are so vital to our community.

Focusing on:

  • preparing youth and young adults for service.

  • encouraging brain safety and health.

  • supporting those who care for others.

Pilot Club of Jacksonville

P. O. Box 56915

Jacksonville, FL 32241

 

Email:  pilotclub.org.jax@gmail.com 

 

President

Diane Payne 

Mobile:   (904) 502-1119

 

President-Elect

Sherill Casey-Bakai

Mobile:  (904) 945-2798

Presbytery of St. Augustine- Presbyterian Women

staugpres.org/committees-ministries/pw/

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Presbyterian Women (PW) is an independent organization within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) of more than 300,000 women. The programming and resource options for the organization offer a variety of ways for women to live out their faith in an inclusive, caring community.

We provide bible study for women of the church, and support local and worldwide church missions through funding and worship.

Women’s groups in the Presbyterian Church have a powerful history. Since the early 1800s, Presbyterian women have organized themselves to support mission and combat social injustices nationally and internationally. While the levels of involvement and recognition from the denominations has varied, women’s dedication to living out God’s call through women’s organizations has remained steady.

Gayle Anne Bone (Faith), Contact Moderator
(352) 475-2883
bonegayle@gmail.com 

1937 University Blvd W, Jacksonville, FL 32217

(904) 733-8277

Susan G. Komen- North Florida

ww5.komen.org/NationalResources/

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Our mission is to create a world without breast cancer.

The Susan G. Komen promise: to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality of care for all and energizing science to find the cures.

Our Core Values: IS HOPE

- Inclusion: to embrace the uniqueness of every individual
- Stewardship: to be accountable for our performance individually and collectively
- Honesty: to foster a community of trust and integrity
- Openness: to seek out new ideas and new ways of thinking
- Passion: to demonstrate personal commitment to promise
- Empowerment: to entrust others and hold yourself accountable

Komen North Florida serves Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties.

 

200 West Forsyth Street, Suite 1620
Jacksonville, FL 32202
komeninfo@komennorthflorida.org

(904) 448-7446
 

Republican Women's Club of Duval Federated

rwcdf.org/home.html

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Members come together as a collective force to advance the power of women through political access and participation. Our mission is to help women from all walks of life become players at the political table nationally, statewide and locally.


As part of this Federation, the Republican
Women’s Club of Duval Federated
(RWCDF) promotes the politics of women in
Jacksonville. We strengthen the Republican
Party by recruiting, training and electing
candidates; advocating the Party’s philosophy
and initiatives and empowering women of all
ages, ethnicities and backgrounds in the
political process.

Sharon Light, President

P O BOX 500901
Jacksonville, Florida 32255

INFO@RWCDF.ORG

(904) 410-8683

Southside Woman's Club of Jacksonville

southsidewomansclub.net

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Southside Woman's Club was founded on the idea of helping those in need. Ever since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest.

The mission is to promote state projects in conjunction with theGeneral Federation Of Woman's clubs (GFWC), a international nonprofit organization, as well as local programs with emphasis on service to the elderly, Meals on Wheels, scholarships to local students and support local charities.

 

Our team is made up entirely of volunteers. We advocate for those who need our help. Even a little help goes a long way.

Sandy Marshall, President 

sandy_marshall@bellsouth.net

(904) 396-0459

"Jac" Littlefield, Membership & Correspondence

(207) 730-1659

4446 Hendricks Avenue, Suite 1A

Unit Number #381

Jacksonville. FL 32207

Congregation Ahavath Chesed: The Temple Sisterhood- Women of Reform Judaism - Jacksonville 

thetemplejacksonville.org/community/sisterhood

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The mission is to instill the ideals of Reform Judaism; to promote closer fellowship among members; to encourage the interest and participation of the Congregation in all its religious, cultural and social activities; to affiliate with the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; and to further the Federation’s program of service to Jewish and Humanitarian causes.

Involvement in the community:

 Donation to Hubbard House via the proceeds from the Women’s Seder.

 

Financial support for FANN, as well as, donations of toiletries, diapers, socks, etc.  for JFCS, and other local agencies.

 

·    Financial support for Temple Braille Group which serves the needs of the visually impaired.

 

·    Donation of books donated to underprivileged children.

 

·    Adoption of a local elementary school. A variety of school supplies and toiletries for the children and their families were provided.

 

·    Development and presentation of two programs regarding Human Trafficking in our community, the State of Florida, and the world. Both programs were open to the community at large.

 

Delivery of meals on Christmas Day to participants of “Meals on Wheels.” Also, prepared and on Christmas Day delivered cookies to First Responders. Both projects were done in conjunction with the Jacksonville Jewish Center

Gail Jarrett, President

 

Rabbi Elizabeth Bahar, Senior Rabbi

rabbibahar@thetemplejacksonville.org

(904)733-7078

 

8727 San Jose Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32217

 info@thetemplejacksonville.org

(904)733-7078

United Daughters of the Confederacy- Martha Reid Chapter #19

marthareid19udc.com

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The purpose is to provide an historical, educational, benevolent, memorial and patriotic organization of women.  Those eligible for membership are women who are blood descendants, lineal or collateral, of men and women who served honorably in the Army, Navy, or Civil Service of the Confederate States of America.

Becky Bathen, President

becky1060@bellsouth.net

Contact Email:

marthareid19@comcast.net

Wolfson Children's Hospital Women's Board

womensboardwolfsonchildrenshospital.com

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Our mission is to create a world without breast cancer.

The Susan G. Komen promise: to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality of care for all and energizing science to find the cures.

Our Core Values: IS HOPE

- Inclusion: to embrace the uniqueness of every individual
- Stewardship: to be accountable for our performance individually and collectively
- Honesty: to foster a community of trust and integrity
- Openness: to seek out new ideas and new ways of thinking
- Passion: to demonstrate personal commitment to promise
- Empowerment: to entrust others and hold yourself accountable

Komen North Florida serves Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties.

Elizabeth Langley, President

blangley25@aol.com

 

1325 San Marco Boulevard, Suite 802
Jacksonville, FL 32207
(904) 202-2886
womensboard@bmcjax.com

Susan G. Komen- North Florida

ww5.komen.org/NationalResources/

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Donation to Hubbard House via the proceeds from the Women’s Seder.

 

·    Financial support for FANN, as well as, donations of toiletries, diapers, socks, etc.  for JFCS, and other local agencies.

 

·    Financial support for Temple Braille Group which serves the needs of the visually impaired.

 

·    Donation of books donated to underprivileged children.

 

·    Adoption of a local elementary school. A variety of school supplies and toiletries for the children and their families were provided.

 

·    Development and presentation of two programs regarding Human Trafficking in our community, the State of Florida, and the world. Both programs were open to the community at large.

 

·    Delivery of meals on Christmas Day to participants of “Meals on Wheels.” Also, prepared and on Christmas Day delivered cookies to First Responders. Both projects were done in conjunction with the Jacksonville Jewish Center.

 

200 West Forsyth Street, Suite 1620
Jacksonville, FL 32202
komeninfo@komennorthflorida.org

(904) 448-7446