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"Westfield is one of the most
civic-minded communities I know of."
Please Click Here to find out how you can help those in need.
The "Caring Box" is sponsored by the United Fund of Westfield.

Patriots' Path Council, Boy Scouts of America . . . Visit their Official Website.

Westfield "Y" . . . Since the opening of the facility in 1929, the Westfield "Y" has been a center of community life. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Neighborhood Council . . . a private, non-profit community based social service organization whose mission is to empower all members - children, youth and adults - of the community through quality educational and direct hands-on outreach as people srive with pride to reach their full human potential. Visit their Official Website.

For New Moms Only . . . a non-profit website dedicated to helping expectant/new moms become compassionate, empathetic, and connected with their newborns.

Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts . . . visit the Official Websites of our local Boy Scout troops and Cub Scout packs. Send e-mail to place your unit on this website...the software and webspace is free!
| Troop 72 | Troop 73 | Troop 77 | Troop 79 | Pack 172 | Troop 273 |

Girl Scouts and Brownies . . . visit the Official Websites of our local Girl Scout and Brownie troops. Send e-mail to place your unit on this website...the software and webspace is free!
| Brownie Troop 711 |

New Jersey Workshop for the Arts . . . Westfield's learning center for the fine and performing arts. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Volunteer Rescue Squad . . . the designated Emergency Medical Service (EMS) for the Town of Westfield. Visit their Official Website.

United Fund of Westfield . . . local people raising money to meet local needs. All contributions go directly to the services provided by 21 local United Fund Agencies. Visit their Official Website.

The Westfield Foundation . . . the Foundation's purpose is to promote the betterment of the Westfield community and the enhancement of the quality of life for all of its citizens. Visit their Official Website.

Mobile Meals of Westfield . . . a voluntary, non-profit program of home-delivered meals serving those who are unable to shop and prepare their own meals on either a temporary or permanent basis. Visit their Official Website.

Rotary Club of Westfield . . . one of more than 28,000 Rotary clubs in 155 countries around the world. Nearly 1.2 million business and professional men and women constitute the membership of these clubs which share the purposes of providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations, and building good will and peace in the world. Visit their Official Website.

Washington Rock Girl Scout Council . . . visit their Official Website for programs, events, and more! Learn how to become involved in the Girl Scouts.

American Red Cross (Westfield/Mountainside Chapter) . . . providing Relief to victims of disaster and helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Visit their Official Website.

Y's Men's Club . . . a group of men who raise money for charitable causes and socialize together. Visit their Official Website.

Welcome Club of Westfield . . . a non-profit organization that was established to welcome people who are either new to the area or find themselves with a lifestyle change, i.e., a marriage or a new baby. Visit their Official Website and learn more.

League of Women Voters of the Westfield Area . . . this non-partisan organization encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government. Visit their Official Website for voting and voter registration information and more!

Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield . . . For over 70 years, JLEP has worked to serve needy organizations throughout greater Union County through its volunteer women. Visit their Official Website.

Womens Club of Westfield . . . founded in 1895, this volunteer group of women work on projects and programs to improve our Community, our State, our Nation, our World. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Jaycees . . . a group of men and women under forty years old who raise money for charitable causes and socialize together. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Service League . . . assisting charitable, volunteer, civic and service organizations of Westfield since 1932. Their Official Website contains important information about their Thrift and Consignment Shops.

Junior Woman's Club of Westfield . . . a group of volunteer women between the ages of 18 and 40 who share a common goal: improving our community, our state and the lives of others. Visit their Official Website to learn more.

New Jersey League for Nursing . . . a non-profit voluntary health organization dedicated to improving the quality and fulfillment of the nursing needs of New Jersey residents. Visit their Official Website.

The Garden Club of Westfield . . . founded in 1922, its objectives are to stimulate an intelligent interest in gardening and flower arranging; to encourage the preservation of our trees, birds and wild flowers, to encourage civic beautification; and to study in all its aspects the fine art of gardening and the arranging of flowers. Visit their Official Website.

Toastmasters Club of Westfield . . . develop your public speaking skills (among friends) by joining this non-profit organization. Learn to deal with people more effectively. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Coalition for the Arts . . . an advocate for the arts, including music, drama, visual arts, and dance, by speaking out on behalf of the arts, maintaining public awareness, and identifying sources of financial and philosophical support. Visit their Official Website.

Newcomers Club of Westfield . . . since 1944, this non-profit volunteer organization has served as a vehicle for new residents to get to know one another and feel at home in their new town. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Art Association . . . a local group of artists with a passion for painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia, and more, who meet and share their works with the community at various local exhibits. Visit their Official Website.

Fairview Cemetery . . . Since its founding in 1868, Fairview Cemetery of Westfield has faithfully served the local New Jersey community as a non-sectarian, non-profit organization, owned and operated solely for the benefit of its Property Owners. Visit their Official Website.

Nomahegan Swim Club . . . established in 1962, this club offers its members an active swimming, tennis, and social program. Visit their Official Website.

Optimist Club of Westfield . . . a not-for-profit service club composed of men and women who live and/or work in the Westfield area. We conduct service projects that benefit youth and community. Visit their Official Website.

The Education Fund of Westfield, Inc. . . . the non-profit group was formed to provide an on-going, centralized source of additional funds and resources to assist the public schools in maintaining and enhancing the quality of education.

Westfield High School Boosters . . . an all volunteer organization whose sole objective is to provide ongoing financial assistance in support of all Westfield High School athletic programs.

College Woman's Club . . . serving the general interests of the community by furthering the higher education of women. Visit their Official Website.

Parkinson Support Group in Westfield . . . meets on the second Monday of each month in the Parish House Lounge, at The Presbyterian Church of Westfield. Visit their Official Website.

Westfield Senior Citizens Housing Corporation . . . a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide housing to Seniors with lower incomes. Visit their Official Website.

The Mothers' Center of Central New Jersey . . . a non-profit, non-sectarian organization founded in 1978 by mothers to help other mothers of children of all ages. We offer daytime support and study groups, evening parent education workshops, social activities, playgroups, library resources...and friendship!

The Jewish Community Center of Central New Jersey . . . a social service agency that promotes the social, recreational, and educational needs of the Jewish community, as well as the general community, by enriching the lives of individuals through personal growth, meaningful programs, and community leadership.

Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey . . . The Federation is comprised of hundreds of people who volunteer time, money and effort to represent the Jewish families living in Central New Jersey to determine the needs, to raise the funds to meet the needs and to encourage a greater sense of Jewish identity and community.

Knights of Columbus, Westfield Chapter . . . Catholic gentlemen committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, and defense of the priesthood. Visit their Official Website.

Mountain Plains Mothers of Multiples . . . a non-profit, non-sectarian organization founded in 1959 by mothers of twins, triplets and other multiples. The group offers support in the form of educational and entertaining programs. Visit their Official Website.

The Center for Women and Families . . . Providing Support & Empowerment to Women & Their Families Since 1984.

La Leche League of Westfield, NJ . . . La Leche League is an international, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing education, information, support, and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed.

UNICO . . . a nonprofit organization which provides scholarships to worthy students, and to give strength and force in fighting discrimination against Italian-Americans. Visit their Official Website.

ASPEN ® . . . a regionally-based non-profit organization headquartered in New Jersey, with 12 local chapters, providing families and those individuals affected with Asperger Syndrome, PDD-NOS, High Functioning Autism, and related disorders. Visit their Official Website.

Lions Club of Westfield . . . The Westfield Lions Club originated in 1924, and for over 75 years has served Westfield with pride with charitable causes and service ranging from the eye/ear mobile and community clean-up campaigns to its sponsoring of the annual Easter egg hunt at Mindowaskin Park. Visit their Official Website.