Your non-presence is respectfully requested at the fundraising event of the season.

 Sponsored by the Morris County Chapter of the National Organization for Women.


     Date: Until November 31, 2020

Featuring many exciting, one-of-a-kind items that you will be thrilled NOT to take home:


Select Your Price  
Mitch McConnell’s seldom-used chin strap.
A one-day tour of the border wall, all expenses paid by Mexico
A set of blinders and ear plugs worn by Republican lawmakers so they cannot see or hear the truth.
William Barr’s discarded law books and unread copy of the Constitution
A “Get Out of Jail Free Card” used by former members of the Trump Administration
A jewel-encrusted decoder ring for deciphering Donald Trump’s off-the-teleprompter speeches
Senator Susan Collins’ ball of string used to string people along while waiting for her decisions
An authentic knock-off of Melania’s “I Don’t Really Care, Do U?” jacket for those days when you just can’t watch another minute of CNN. Can be ordered in Pre-Quarantine and Post-Quarantine sizes
A year’s supply of Goya beans, each can autographed by Ivanka Trump
A copy of Donald Trump’s latest book:  The Art of Foreign Relations: Diplomacy by Dummies


* NO Zoom Meetings * NO Driving * NO Baby-Sitters * NO Work *

* NO Selling Tickets * NO Phone Calls * NO SHOW *

National Organization for Women

National Organization for Women

  • The Vanguard: The Innovation of Black Women’s Political Participation
    Last week the country held its breath as we waited for every vote to be counted. There was a collective sigh of relief after it became clear that Joe Biden was chosen as the president-elect and that his running mate, Kamala Harris, would be the first female, first Black, and Indian-American vice-president-elect. Harris has already Read more …
  • COVID-19 Is Disproportionately Affecting the Mental Health of LGBTQ+ Youth
    For the past eight months, our world has suffered from a global pandemic. Not only is this a public health crisis, but it is a mental health crisis as well. As the pandemic continues, there is an increase in the negative mental health effects of COVID-19, particularly on LGBTQ+ college students. Coming home from school Read more …
  • New Birth Control Option – Phexxi
    At the beginning of this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new birth control option named Phexxi — a non-hormonal contraceptive gel. This marks the first non-hormonal contraceptive to win FDA approval in decades and it brings another contraceptive option to the market for women in the United States. This is Read more …
  • Child Marriage Isn’t Us vs Them – It’s an Us Problem Too
    The United States has earned an international reputation for seeking to protect women from the dangers of ongoing wars, repressive regimes, and human rights abuses in various parts of the world. The issue of women’s rights has thus historically been a focal point of American foreign policy. In numerous agendas, the U.S. has included the Read more …
  • End Dating Violence Against Young Women – Learn the Facts
    Although October – Domestic Violence Awareness Month is coming to a close, it is still important to draw attention to the lesser known issue of dating abuse. Dating abuse falls into the large category of IPV, or interpersonal violence, which is addressed under NOW’s core issue of Ending Violence Against Women. As such, it requires Read more …


1 Dec
MC-NOW Business Meeting
12.01.2020 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Morris County NOW's monthly business meeting. Open to all members and guests.
5 Jan
MC-NOW Business Meeting
01.05.2021 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Morris County NOW's monthly business meeting. Open to all members and guests.
22 Jan
Roe v. Wade Day
2 Feb
MC-NOW Business Meeting
02.02.2021 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Morris County NOW's monthly business meeting. Open to all members and guests.
6 Feb
Board Mtg.
02.06.2021 9:00 am - 4:30 pm