Monday, February 3, 2014

Women of Wildwood Raise over $2500 for Local School Reward Programs

Women of Wildwood (WOW) hosted their 2nd annual
pancake breakfast benefiting the local community.


On Sunday, January 26 The Women in Wildwood (WOW) hosted their 2nd annual Pancake Breakfast at The Tom Cat restaurant in Wildwood, NJ with proceeds from the breakfast benefitting the local schools rewards programs.

The Tom Cat restaurant was jumping that Sunday morning with over 300 breakfasts being served. Between tickets sold and additional donations made, WOW was able to raise over $2800 for the Wildwoods local schools reward programs.

“We are so happy with the amount of money we were able to raise through this event,” said Susan McGee, WOW president. “And we want to thank everyone that came out to support us, it truly was a success.”

Among the schools benefiting from this fundraiser were:

Crest Memorial School in Wildwood Crest, Glenwood Elementary School and Wildwood Middle School in Wildwood, Cape Trinity Catholic School and Margaret Mace School in North Wildwood.

During the breakfast, members of the organization volunteered their time working as hostesses, waitresses, bussers, food runners, etc.

“It’s great being surrounded by so many giving people who are focused on bettering our community,” said Maggie Warner, Media Relations for WOW. “And we can’t forget to thank Dave and Liz Bannon along with their staff for opening the Tom Cat restaurant to us, we couldn’t have done it without them.”

(Left: Wow member and kindergarten teacher, Corinne Clarke (center), presents Anne Marie Fehn and Superintendent, Michael Buccialia, with a donation check at Margaret Mace School.)

The Women of Wildwood are now focusing on their next fundraising event, the 2nd annual prom project giveaway. This event benefits local high school girls by supplying prom essentials for those that need assistance.

WOW is currently collecting and accepting donations for new makeup, gift certificates, and slightly used prom dresses.

 If you are interested in donating please email WOW at:

WOW members (from back right) Alex Valerio, Kim Troiano and Eileen Carter and
Maria Sciarrone present Wildwood Elementary School with a donation check.

WOW members Toni Fuscellaro (far left) and Lauren Zuccarello (far right)
present Cape Trinity with a donation check.
About Women of Wildwood

The Women of Wildwood, (WOW), is a local women’s non-for profit organization founded in April 2012. The organization focuses on giving back to the community, providing support to local business partners, lending a helping hand to the local schools and families and promoting a positive attitude towards the Wildwoods as a whole.

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