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Please consider supporting one or more of our charities this time of year. There are several which need your help:


Needs food for their pantry always, but even more so at this time of the year. They feed over 100 families a day. They also take donations of furniture, clothing and household items for resale in their shop on Etris.


Would welcome donations to their Santa Shop, which will be open December 13. If you are interested in contributing an unwrapped new toy,please bring it to the RWC Luncheon/General Meeting on December 10. They prefer that the toys be educational or creative by nature like puzzles, books, etc., but no guns or weapon-like toys, and no Barbie's or similar dolls.


Has needs itemized below. These items can be dropped off at the Drake House, 1050 Clara Dr. off Alpharetta St., or at a collection point at Lucky's Burger and Brew, 1144 Alpharetta Street, Roswell.

  • Canned fruit
  • Canned meat
  • Apple sauce
  • Boxed meals such as Hamburger/Tuna/Chicken Helper
  • Boxed Side dishes such as Pasta Roni
  • Breakfast foods-pancake mix, syrup, oatmeal, grits, breakfast bars
  • Cereal-particularly children's
  • Sugar and flour
  • Coated paper plates
  • Snack foods-microwave popcorn, crackers, pretzels, granola bars
  • Deodorant
  • Q-tips
  • Mouthwash
  • Liquid dish soap
  • Bathroom cleaner
  • All purpose liquid concentrate cleaner- Lysol
  • Salad dressings
  • BBQ Sauce
  • Condiments - oil, BBQ, mayonnaise
  • Tea and coffee
  • Kitchen trash bags
  • Gift Cards to Wal-Mart/Sam's, Kroger, and Home Depot

About Roswell Woman’s Club

Roswell Woman’s Club is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit service organization whose common interest is to support our community in the areas of education, human services, cultural arts, historical preservation, and urban improvement. Our dedicated membership accomplishes this through hands-on involvement, volunteerism in the community, and monetary contributions through fundraising.

Fundraising for Roswell Woman’s Club is focused on benefitting the communities in which we live and work in the greater North Fulton area. Roswell Woman’s Club has two primary objectives for our fundraising effort:

  • To partner with many different non-profit organizations
  • To support education and educational initiatives for our students and teachers

Roswell Woman’s Club has a dedicated history of providing college scholarships to area high school seniors and non-traditional students; providing professional educators with grants to fulfill specific programs not otherwise supported financially by the county or state; and of supporting a diverse mix of community-oriented and mission-specific social services organizations across the North Fulton area.

Over the past 18 years, Roswell Woman’s Club is proud to have provided approximately $1,844,000 in scholarships, educational grants, and grants to our charitable partners.

View Last Year's Organizational Grant Recipients.