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  • Spring,   TX   77379
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CWJF is a growing organization of women dedicated to providing volunteer services, leadership and philanthropy to enrich the northern corridor of Houston.
In partnership with individuals, families, schools, organizations and corporations, Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum strives to fulfill identified needs in an evolving community where the participation of its members can be most effective encompassing education, crisis intervention, interaction with an aging population and support for people with disabilities. CWJF volunteers annually provide 30,000 hours of service and $200,000 in community and scholarship funding.
FOR THE SENIORS
Forum Friends are senior citizen groups that meet monthly for fellowship, activities, and lunch sponsored by CWJF.
Forum Outreach is an adopt-a-senior telephone and home visitation program.
Sixty Plus is a senior citizen program sponsored by Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM). CWJF provides volunteers who host seasonal parties for Sixty Plus, and deliver hot meals for those who are shut-in at home.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Keep Pace provides weekly play groups where specially trained CWJF volunteers care for children, birth through three years of age, who may have developmental delays. CWJF also hosts a Respite Night where parents can reserve a place for their Keep Pace child while enjoying a night out.
Leading by Reading is a weekly literacy program for elementary-age children who are at risk. CWJF volunteers work one-on-one with the children at school to help strengthen their reading, spelling, and vocabulary skills.
FOR THOSE IN NEED
Interfaith Hand-Me-Up Resale Shop and Northwest Assistance Ministries are two CWJF service programs providing family services. These community outreach centers are supported in part by their own resale shops, in which Junior Forum volunteers price, sort, display, and sell donated items. CWJF members also work as volunteers in the Summer Immunization Clinic by screening, greeting, and assisting in immunizing of children in need.
FOR EDUCATIONAL EMPOWERMENT
CWJF College Scholarships of $1,000 are awarded annually to college bound high school senior girls in the five school districts that comprise the CWJF area.
Beginning with the 2001 graduating classes, CWJF, in partnership with Houston Endowment and other local non-profit organizations, will annually award 700 scholarships to students who donate their time to help others. These scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $500, and will be based on documented community service provided by the students.
Community Outreach and Service Grants provide funding to support the service programs of CWJF, as well as other selected programs in the community.
CWJF is a growing organization of women dedicated to providing volunteer services, leadership and philanthropy to enrich the northern corridor of Houston.
In partnership with individuals, families, schools, organizations and corporations, Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum strives to fulfill identified needs in an evolving community where the participation of its members can be most effective encompassing education, crisis intervention, interaction with an aging population and support for people with disabilities. CWJF volunteers annually provide 30,000 hours of service and $200,000 in community and scholarship funding.
FOR THE SENIORS
Forum Friends are senior citizen groups that meet monthly for fellowship, activities, and lunch sponsored by CWJF.
Forum Outreach is an adopt-a-senior telephone and home visitation program.
Sixty Plus is a senior citizen program sponsored by Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM). CWJF provides volunteers who host seasonal parties for Sixty Plus, and deliver hot meals for those who are shut-in at home.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Keep Pace provides weekly play groups where specially trained CWJF volunteers care for children, birth through three years of age, who may have developmental delays. CWJF also hosts a Respite Night where parents can reserve a place for their Keep Pace child while enjoying a night out.
Leading by Reading is a weekly literacy program for elementary-age children who are at risk. CWJF volunteers work one-on-one with the children at school to help strengthen their reading, spelling, and vocabulary skills.
FOR THOSE IN NEED
Interfaith Hand-Me-Up Resale Shop and Northwest Assistance Ministries are two CWJF service programs providing family services. These community outreach centers are supported in part by their own resale shops, in which Junior Forum volunteers price, sort, display, and sell donated items. CWJF members also work as volunteers in the Summer Immunization Clinic by screening, greeting, and assisting in immunizing of children in need.
FOR EDUCATIONAL EMPOWERMENT
CWJF College Scholarships of $1,000 are awarded annually to college bound high school senior girls in the five school districts that comprise the CWJF area.
Beginning with the 2001 graduating classes, CWJF, in partnership with Houston Endowment and other local non-profit organizations, will annually award 700 scholarships to students who donate their time to help others. These scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $500, and will be based on documented community service provided by the students.
Community Outreach and Service Grants provide funding to support the service programs of CWJF, as well as other selected programs in the community.
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