Welcome to the website for the Easton chapter of the United States Women of Today. We are a community-based volunteer group who conducts fundraising, community service, and member socials. We began with 5 members in 1997 and today have almost 50 members.. Our Challange is "Assisting individuals, organizations, and families in need to strengthen our community."
We invite guests to attend any of our meetings, which start at 7:15pm and are typically held at 16 Belmont Street (Rt. 123), South Easton, on the 3rd Thursday of each month (except July + August). Come see if membership is of interest to you.
The Easton Women of Today was founded in April 1997 and is a local chapter of the United States Women of Today. The United States Women of Today is a national organization with approximately 3,000 members in 16 States. It was established in 1985 when the Jaycee Women organization was dissolved.
In Massachusetts there are chapters in Easton, Norton, Mansfield, Greater Attleboro, Bellingham, Georgetown and Chelmsford. These chapters make up the Massachusetts Women of Today. We are always interested in seeing new chapters develop.
- State Charity: MSPCC.
- National Charity: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
- Proposed Planned Year 2011-2012(TBD)
We, the United States Women of Today,
are dedicated to serving our communities and nation,
are committed to strengthening our individual talents,
and stand united by our friendship and belief in the future
Easton Women Of Today
P.O. Box 196
Easton, MA 02334
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Last updated: 8/26/2010