Women's Alliance

DWA News

  • Thank You!

    Deercreek is so lucky to have so many generous members and friends of our Women’s Alliance. Once again, we have been able to help so many in the Jacksonville community who are less fortunate than ourselves, and we couldn’t have done it without you all. Wishing you, and your families, a happy and healthy 2019.


    Save The Dates
    Wed Jan 30th - DWA Charity Meeting

    If you have a local charity that you would like to be considered for one of the DWA’s supported charities, then please come along and present your case to the Board

    Thursday Feb 14th – Valentine’s Dinner at the Club
    Feb 27th - Porch Night

    Come along to meet the board, socialize, and renew your DWA membership. Take this opportunity to encourage any friends and neighbors who aren’t currently members, to come along and join our fabulous group

    Mar 10th - Shamrock Scramble

    Our fun-filled golf tournament - more details to follow via flyers and emails in January & also in February’s newsletter

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    Hats Off to Fashion

    ‘Hats Off to Fashion’, the annual fashion show hosted by the Deercreek Women’s Alliance, and one of our biggest fundraising events of the year, was a huge success thanks to all the attendees, donors, and our generous volunteers who were part of the evenings festivities. Over 100 ladies were in attendance on the evening of November 8th, for a delicious meal, followed by a fabulous parade of Deercreek models in fashion pieces provided by Dillard’s. The success of this event supports the mission of the Alliance, and the charities that we donate to each year.

    Thank you again, we are so blessed by everyone’s generosity.

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    DWA Annual Fashion Show ‘Hats Off to Fashion’

    Thursday November 8th

    Social hour 5.30pm; Dinner 6.30pm; Fashion Show 7.00pm at Deercreek Country Club

    Come and join your friends and neighbors at our Annual Fashion Show, with this year’s theme ‘Hats Off to Fashion’. Dillards will once again be supplying some wonderful outfits, modelled by your very own Deercreek models, and their make-up will also be compliments of the Dillards beauty department. Then enjoy a fabulous meal from Chef Warwick and his team.

    As always, there will be some amazing raffle prizes including many donated by the Jacksonville community, so please bring your cash or check books to help us raise money to support our charities for the coming year.

    Please also take this opportunity to pick up your holiday hat gift tags for the Clara White Holiday Project as we once again support this worthwhile charity over the holidays, which is always a difficult time for those in need.

    Tickets can be purchased through Donna Bernard, or any other DWA Board Member.

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    Save The Date’

    Friday November 16, 2018 – The 2018 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night will be held at TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL. All information is included in the Spotlight section above.

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DWA Spotlight on Charity

  • New Heights

    New Heights (formerly Cerebral Palsy Center of Northeast Florida), driven by its mission “to enrich the lives of persons with disabilities and their families, and empower their independence through lifelong growth and quality services”, provides educational, employment, and therapeutic programming to individuals with disabilities in the five-county area of Northeast Florida: Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St Johns. They have been in business for over 60 years and serve individuals with all types of disabilities including cerebral palsy, mental retardation, autism, developmental delays, Down syndrome, spina bifida, and others.

    The programs of New Heights are designed to meet the special needs of each individual and family serviced, with a common goal: to enable people with disabilities to reach their greatest potential and achieve productive lives as fully participating members of their family and community. There are numerous services currently offered including various infant and toddler therapies, respite care, supported living, supported employment, adult developmental training and in-home personal support.

    The adult developmental training programs provides training to adults to increase their skills in grooming and self-care, basic knowledge, job readiness, motor skills, and daily living. The goal is to increase their independence and self-sufficiency to the greatest extent possible.

    Supported living coaches provide training and assistance in a variety of activities to participants in their own homes including the acquisition, retention, or improvement of a variety of skills necessary to enable participants to reside on their own. Supported employment coaches provide training to support participants in sustaining paid employment at or above minimum wage.

    The Deercreek Women’s Alliance has generously donated funds for a number of years, and are used to provide gifts to the adults who attend the annual holiday party.

    Volunteer Opportunities

    • Holiday Party: Dec 14th - Need Food Servers and dessert donations
    • Winter Special Olympic Events in early 2019 – Need folks to go and support the athletes.
    • Look for more details to be sent out via emails from Michelle Abner
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