Welcome to the Suburban Woman's Club of Pompton Plains
Celebrating 69 Years!
(Ramapo District)
Volunteer...Work from the Heart
We are part of the New Jersey State Federation of Women's clubs, the largest volunteer women's service organization in the state and a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC).


The goal of the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs is to enhance the quality of life within our respective communities and state by transforming public interest and concerns into meaningful projects and programs; to afford our members opportunities for the developement of individual skills, talents and abilities; and to serve as a grass roots volunteer resource in New Jersey communities.

What's Happening?

Revised: 11/03/14
The next General Club meeting is November 6, 2014, 7:30 am in Grace Chapel. 
  • 11/06 - Thursday, 7:30. General Club Meeting in Grace Chapel. All are welcome!
  • 11/12 - Wednesday, 1:00. Home Life Meeting at Barbara Cook's house. Will work on blankets, pillows and decorating coffee cans.
  • 11/19 - Wednesday, 7:00. Arts Creative Meeting in the Senior House.
  • 11/20 - Thursday, 1:00. NJSFWC Holiday Reception, Federation Headquarters, New Brunswick.
  • 11/20 - Thursday, 7:00. Board meeting, Pequannock library.
  • 11/26 - Wednesday, 1:00. Conservation meeting with Barbara Ciampa.
  • 12/04 - Thursday, 7:30, General Club meeting in Grace Chapel. The Pequannock High School Choir directed by Mr. C. Postas will help us celebrate Christmas with their musical program.
  • 12/10 - Wednesday, 1:00. Home Life Meeting at Barbara Cook's house. Coffee cans will be filled.
  • 12/11 - Tuesday, 7:00. Tricky Tray Committee Meeting. If interested in helping on one of the committees, please come to meeting.
  • 12/ 14 - Sunday, 12-4. Holiday House Tour.
  • 12/17 - Wednesday, 7:30. Arts Creative/Conservation Christmas party, Senior House. Grab bag gifts, $1.00.

We will continue to collect:
Food Pantry Items: Condiments especially ketchup, toiletries especially deordorant for both men and women; jelly other than grape, atissues and paper towels. Coffee, juice and prepared foods. Canned milk-sweet condensed, cereal (no Cheerios), peanut butter. Items can be dropped off in the hall of the Church House building from 8-4.
Still collecting:  Labels for Education, small toiletries, unused Christmas cards and every Occastion cards, eyeglasses and eye glass cases, and aluminum can tops. 
Animal Shelter: Wet canned cat food, cat liter (non-clumping), old towels, blankets, and detergents/cleaning supplies

Other Links of Interest:
http://www.njsfwc.org/ - The New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs ofGFWC
http://www.njteendriving.com - Read about the new GDL Laws into effect May 1, 2010
www.gildasclub.org/ - Gilda's Club
www.gfwc.org - General Federation of Women's Club

Our History

This history of the The Suburban Woman's Club of Pompton Plains is as follows:
Organized:  May 1945
Federated:   February 1946
Incorporated:   March 1948 
Club Flower:  Lily of the Valley
Colors:  Green and White
GFWC Theme: "Unity in Diversity"
NJSFWC Theme: "Believe in the Mission, Be Seen, Be Heard"

Meetings and Dues

When: Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month from September through June
Time:  7:30 p.m.
Place: Grace Chapel, First Reformed Church, 529 Newark-Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
Dues: Club dues are $40 per year, due March 1st of each year.


New Members - Why You Should Join

We always welcome new members to join our club.  If you are looking for a club that is dedicated to making the community a better place to live, provide guidance for women through various educational programs, and give you an opportunity to socialize with other women in your community, then the club is just right for you.  A few hours of your time will make a lifelong difference for others in need.  The advantages of membership are as follows:
  • Leadership and personal development opportunities.
  • Friendships created while working to serve the community.
  • Opportunities to exchange ideas with other women.
  • Involvement in monthly activities of the various club departments.
  • Eligibility to compete in district and state awards.
  • Be a member of a highly respected organization.
  • Interaction with members of other clubs in district and state levels.
  • Satisfaction of working for those in need.
  • Provide educational information for our youth.
 Please contact Janice MoranJmoran10@aol.com to join or for any questions.