Forge new friendships while doing great things
for our Community

Who We Are

Founded in 1961, LVWCJ is a non-profit service organization engaged in both fundraising and hands-on service activities to benefit our community and local families in need.  Our mission is two-fold; to support our community through volunteerism while also inspiring meaningful engagement with a fun, diverse and welcoming group of women who share a common vision of enriching the lives of those around us. 

What We Do

Our dedicated members volunteer their time and talents to raise funds for our community through programs including our non-profit thrift store Racks Valley Boutique and our C.A.R.E. Afterschool Program for local elementary and middle school children, as well as a variety of other fundraisers and events.  Each year our volunteer efforts raise thousands of dollars which we donate directly back into local programs such as our schools, emergency services, food pantry, college scholarships, senior center, kids for kindness, families in need and so much more. 

How Do I Get Involved?

Are you new to the area and looking for a way to meet new friends and get involved?  If you share in our passion to enrich the lives of those around us through community involvement and volunteerism, we encourage you to consider attending one of our monthly General Meetings.  We also encourage you to contact our Membership Team by leaving your contact information below and follow us on social media to see regular updates on our events and volunteer opportunities. 

News & Events

Join Us for a Mother-Son Glow Bowl Experience!

Join Us for a Mother-Son Glow Bowl Experience!

Looking for something fun to do this spring?  Join us on May 20th, 6-8pm at Oakwood Lanes in Washington, NJ for a fun evening of glow-in-the-dark bowling just for Moms and Sons!  $25pp includes bowling, shoe rental, fun DJ music, glow face paint, 2 slices of pizza and...

Join Us for our May General Meeting & CPR Training

Join Us for our May General Meeting & CPR Training

We are pleased to announce that we will offer a brief CPR instruction course at our May General Meeting courtesy of Washington Township Police Dept. Chief Jeffrey Almer will first discuss all WTPD will be able to do in the department with our recent allocation...