Women’s Alliance

Shamrock Scramble 2024

Please join us as the Deercreek Women’s Alliance hosts its annual golf tournament, and have fun whilst raising funds for the charities that we support. The format will be 4-person […]

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10 March

Donation Pickup

City Rescue Mission We have come to an agreement with the City Rescue Mission's thrift store, Rescued Treasures, on Normandy Boulevard, for their truck to come into Deercreek. The truck […]

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13 March

Donation Pickup

City Rescue Mission We have come to an agreement with the City Rescue Mission's thrift store, Rescued Treasures, on Normandy Boulevard, for their truck to come into Deercreek. The truck […]

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10 April

DWA

City Rescue Mission Thrift Store – Rescued Treasures

City Rescue Mission Thrift Store – Rescued Treasures

City Rescue Mission has been serving men, women, and children experiencing homelessness, hardship, and addiction in Northeast Florida since 1946. It is their mission, to provide the tools, resources, and support needed to positively transform lives. CRM is a 501(c)(3) corporation that provides...

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Thank You from Gabriel House of Care & the DWA

Thank You from Gabriel House of Care & the DWA

In addition to the meals we provide for the Gabriel House of Care, we usually sponsor a Christmas tree to donate money for kitchen needs. This year they were doing wreaths, and here are photos of the wreaths that were sponsored by the DWA from the donations received from yourselves. Thank you also...

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DWA Spotlight on Charity

Spotlight on Charity

Spotlight on Charity

Vision Is Priceless (VIP) was founded in 1996 and their mission is to assess, sustain, and improve the visual health of children and adults in Northeast Florida through education, vision screenings,...

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Spotlight on Charity ~ Books-A-Go-Go

Spotlight on Charity ~ Books-A-Go-Go

Books-A-Go Go is a 501c nonprofit organization that collects used and new children’s books and gives them to children from low-income families. These books are distributed through schools and...

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Spotlight on Charity – Pine Castle

Spotlight on Charity – Pine Castle

Pine Castle, located at 4911 Spring Park Road, is a leader in serving adults with intellectual and development differences (I/DD) and providing support to their families across Northeast Florida,...

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Spotlight on Charity

Spotlight on Charity

City Rescue Mission has been serving men, women, and children experiencing homelessness, hardship, and addiction in Northeast Florida since 1946. It is our...

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Spotlight on Charity – Sulzbacher

Spotlight on Charity – Sulzbacher

Sulzbacher Center, downtown Jacksonville, started in the 90’s in response to the explosion of crisis homelessness. Their comprehensive services include street outreach, daily meals, case management,...

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About Us

The Deercreek Women’s Alliance has been an active organization in Deercreek since 1999.

The Alliance’s primary function is to promote an awareness of the needs of local charitable organizations and to raise funds for these charities through a variety of activities and social events–and to have a great time while doing it.

The Alliance is open to any member of the Deercreek Country Club.

The Alliance is proud of the donations made in the past, totaling about $300,000. There is always more to be done and we continue to look for new areas where our help can make a difference.

2023-2024 Board

Debbie Grosnick
President

Carney Kirtley
Vice President

Jill Cole/Diane Heacox
Secretary

Julia Watkins
Treasurer

Mary Stelbrink
Membership
904-363-2360

DWA Membership

Your Deercreek Women’s Alliance is open to all ladies who are members of the Deercreek Country Club.

 

If you are not yet a PART OF THE HEART OF DEERCREEK and would like to join the DWA, please contact membership chairperson Mary Stelbrink at 363-2360. Membership is $30 a year.

DWA Charities

DWA Ongoing Charity Drives

PACE School for Girls: Clothing of all sizes for teenage girls is needed. Donated items can be dropped off at Vicki Khan’s home at 10148 Deercreek Club Rd, (904) 923-3538.

Jacksonville Humane Society: The JHS can always use bags of dried cat and dog food, blankets, towels, pet toys, bowls, flea-killing soap, and pet beds. Donations can be dropped off at Patti Mast’s home, 8011 Weatherby Court, 901-336-5905

Mandarin Food Bank: Any non-perishable food items such as, but not limited to, peanut butter, jelly, and oatmeal, and also canvas/material shopping bags, can be dropped off at Carmen Kelly’s home at 10139 Bishop Lake Rd W, 904-519-0622

Books-A-Go Go: Gently used or new books for children from Pre-K to 5th grade can be dropped off at Betty Metz’s home at 10076 Heather Lake Court W, 519-8863, markfirst@aol.com

 

 

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