Thursday Night - 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Join nutritionist, Tina Marinaccio, in Morristown for a fun, small group hands on cooking class, and learn to create an impressive meal to entertain family and friends. Cooking for a Cause to support Mrs. Wilson's.
We will make:
- Prime Filet Mignon
- Rosemary Shitake Mushrooms
- Lump Crab Stuffed Wild Caught Ocean Shrimp
- Cauliflower Mash with Roasted Garlic
- Spinach Cranberry Pine Nut Goat Cheese Salad
- Dark Chocolate Dipped Fresh Fruit
- Prosecco Toast
Cooking for a Cause with Tina Marinaccio.
$300 per pair of tickets
Tickets to this event are Sold Out!
2019 Mrs. Wilson's Spring Fundraising Reception
Tickets are now available for Mrs. Wilson's May 21st 2019 Fundraising Reception. Please mark your calendar, purchase your tickets and consider sponsorship. Click the Tickets and Sponsorship button below:
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Smith
Lisa Smith is a writer and lawyer in New York City. She is the author of Girl Walks Out of a Bar, her award-winning memoir of high-functioning addiction and recovery in the world of New York City corporate law. Lisa is passionate about breaking the stigma of addiction and mental health issues and is a frequent speaker at law firms, law schools, bar associations, and other organizations.
Her writing has been published in The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Women’s Health, Refinery29.com, A Women’s Thing, and WorkitHealth.com. She has also appeared on Megyn Kelly TODAY and BBC World News discussing alcoholism and addiction.
Prior to beginning her more than 15-year legal marketing career, Lisa practiced law in the Corporate Finance group of a leading international firm. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and Rutgers School of Law, where she served on the Editorial Board of the Rutgers Law Review. Lisa serves on the Board of Directors of The Writers Room in New York City.
Dear Friends of Mrs. Wilson's,
First we hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. This is a time for making necessary changes to protect our families and community.
An emergency action plan has been implemented in the event that anyone were to display the symptoms of COVID-19 and both residents and staff have been informed of the necessary precautions and procedures. Additional cleaning and disinfecting products, paper products, and gloves have been purchased and regular cleaning and disinfecting is being done. To better safeguard the health of the residents and staff, outside activities have been limited and there are currently no outside visitors. The Monday in-house meeting has also been closed for women from the community. Online meetings are being attended by our residents and HIPPA compliant online sessions are being held to continue offering the much needed treatment services to our outpatient clients.
We will continue to monitor the situation and address concerns as they arise to the best of our abilities and in compliance with State and licensing regulations. The wellbeing of the women we serve will remain at the forefront of our mission.
In the same spirit of caution and restraint, we are reluctantly postponing this year’s annual spring fundraising event, which was scheduled for June 16th. This annual event has truly been a special occasion bringing together supportive donors, volunteers and alumnae. We look forward to the day, hopefully not far off, when we will be able to announce the new date for this event.
With best wishes and gratitude for your ongoing support,
The Mrs. Wilson's Team
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A Message from our Director:
Gratitude and continued growth are an ongoing theme at Mrs.
Wilson's. How can one not be grateful for the opportunity to be
a part of lives regaining breath through finding independence,
self-confidence, and love. Love for themselves, love for life, love for recovery...