The Magnolia Point Women's Club (MPWC), dba
MPWC Charities, with nearly 300 members, focuses on community
service, common interests, friendship, socialization and support
of the community and its members. Members enjoy each other's
company, attend meetings where they keep informed and learn,
and invest in their town and region.
The MPWC is driven and enriched
by a philanthropic purpose. Our
charitable efforts make a significant
difference in our community —
while providing our members with
a powerful sense of satisfaction,
belonging and fun. There are numerous
opportunities to get involved, whether
by leading committees, evaluating
grant requests, planning fundraisers
or volunteering time. The possibilities
— and rewards — are many.
In just fifteen years of existence, the club has given over $362,000 to those in need, primarily in Green Cove Springs
and Clay County. These accomplishments are largely due to
the total support of the Magnolia Point residents and the
tireless efforts of countless club member volunteers.
Click Here to See Where Our Money Is Going!
Funds are raised through luminary
sales during the holidays, annual Holiday Boutique, member
directory ad sales, the Charles
E. Bennett Elementary School (CEB)
Charity Drive and other projects.
One hundred percent of the CEB donations
and one hundred percent of the proceeds
from all other fund raising projects
go directly back to the community.
Some of the Club’s donations
- $82,750 in scholarships to Clay High School students
- $199,760 to support the students at CEB (including BIB)
- $8,200 to the Food Pantry, plus tons of food and volunteer
- $13,720 to the Outreach Program at Sacred Heart (non-denominational)
Great friendships have been built while accomplishing
our goals. Although we work hard towards achieving these goals,
we also find time to include educational and entertaining
activities while making sure that there is an abundance of
fun, friendship and laughter along the way. To
learn more click here.
Sandy Waldrup, Grace Barber, Patty Bransford,
Nancy Nettuno, and Susan Mitchell