About Women In Touch

Learn more about  what we do

  ​We Are A Community Service Organization
Organized in 1984, Women in Touch's main purpose is to help those who are less fortunate.

Our mission is to provide leadership and service to our families and the community in all phases of life, to promote good ethical standards, sisterly love, and achievement of goals.

To learn more about our small but dynamic organization, please continue browsing our website  and feel free to contact us for additional information. 

Women in Touch won the J. C. Penney Golden Rule Award in 1998 for its exceptional volunteer service to the community.


PARTIAL LIST OF WOMEN IN TOUCH PAST AND PRESENT PROJECTS:
  • Provides scholarships for high school seniors and college students
  • Provides monetary assistance to families in need
  • Adopts families at Christmas
  • Visits area nursing homes and provide activities and gifts
  • Supports and Volunteers with Feeding The Multitude Ministry Thanksgiving Project
  • Donates to Montgomery Area Food Bank and Christmas Clearing House
  • Donates to Odessa’s Blessing Annual Senior Christmas Celebration
  • Supports and Volunteers with the Greater Montgomery Sickle Cell Radio-thon
  • Sponsored 50 children’s membership to the River Region Boys and Girls Club
  • Participates in Voter Registration Drives
  • Supported the Partners In Education Program at Southside Primary School in Selma
  • Sponsored the first Children’s Arts Festival at the Cleveland Avenue YMCA
  • Supported and volunteered with Habitat for Humanities home building projects
  • Supported and volunteered with the Marines Toys for Tots program
  • Supported and volunteered with SKIP (Saving Kids of Incarcerated Parents)
  • Sponsored outings and pizza parties for Brantwood Children’s Home
  • Supported and volunteered with the Kidney Foundation Walk-a-thon
  • Supported the “Pack-A-Purse” program for females being released from prison
  • Supported the Fountain House, a halfway house for women
  • Co-sponsored the annual Mother/Daughter Banquet with the Cleveland Avenue YMCA