Members of the Sea Isle City Women's Civic Club join with representatives of three charities during a donation drive in 2020. (Photo courtesy of Sea Isle City)

Using surplus money from their annual fundraiser in September and money collected during their monthly raffle on Feb. 11, the members of the Sea Isle City Women’s Civic Club donated a total of $1,000 to charity.

The money was divided among three organizations in Cape May County. They included Family Promise of North Cape May ($500), Sea Isle United Methodist Church Food Pantry ($400), and The Crooked Tail Thrift Shop, which supports S.O.S. Sea Isle City Cats, Inc. ($100).

Founded in the early 1900s, the Women’s Civic Club is Sea Isle’s longest-standing civic organization.

In addition to raising funds for charities, club members also meet each Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. inside Sea Isle’s Community Lodge, 300 JFK Boulevard, where they socialize and enjoy bridge, pinochle and other table top games.

The club welcomes new members – female and male. For additional information, call 239-848-2112.