West County Women’s Club Raises Funds for Missouri Girls Town
On Nov. 26, 2012, the West County Women’s Club sponsored a private shopping event to benefit Missouri Girls Town at Details Boutique at Lamp and Lantern Village, Chesterfield. Phil Clark, owner of Details Boutique, generously donated a portion of sales to Missouri Girls Town. Shoppers enjoyed a festive, relaxed shopping experience with refreshments served throughout the evening.
The West County Women’s Club (WCWC) is an organization of women who give their time and talents to improve the quality of life in the community through service, educational and social programs. Founded in 1990, the WCWC is affiliated with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, the world’s largest and oldest volunteer organization with more than 10 million members worldwide.
Missouri Girls Town is a residential treatment facility in Kingdom City, MO, for girls, ages 8-21, who have been sexually abused, physically abused or severely neglected. Its mission is to create a loving, stable environment for the girls’ care and treatment and, in the process, help them develop the life skills they will need as adults.
For information about the West County Women’s Club: ww.gfwcwestcounty.org