It is the mission of the Jonnycake Center of Westerly to provide a continuum of services in cooperation with other agencies in our service area to assist people through crisis situations and to work with each individual to find a path out of dependency toward self-sufficiency.
The Jonnycake Center of Westerly is a non-profit organization that provides food, clothing, educational and financial assistance to those in need in the Westerly-Chariho area.
Take a look at our infographic detailing client services delivered in 2012. Our regional pantry served just under 3,000 of your neighbors- providing essentials such as food, clothing, housing, and more. More people are requesting help than ever before. Requests for food alone are up 10% over 2011.
HUGE THANK YOUS to Citizens Bank, our CAKEwalk Fashion Show Haute Couture Sponsor; L&M Hospital, our Runway Sponsor, and Alley Katz Bowling Center, our Runway Sponsor! And, again, thank you to Chelsea Groton Bank, our Avante Garde Sponsor! We are so grateful for the support of awesome corporate friends!! See you at the Show!
It’s Relay for Life BAKE SALE time at Jonnycake. On June 8th from 9am-4pm, you can find all sorts of yummy treats right at the Center. All proceeds support Team Jonnycake’s Relay for Life Team. Thanks to everyone for supporting our May 18th plant sale which raised $162 for our Relay for Life team!!!
Tickets on sale now at the Store for the Jonnycake Center’s CAKEwalk, a fashion show at Westerly High School, June 1st from 6pm to 8pm! Featuring a live performance of “Thrift Shop” by Unexpectedd and AWESOME fashions from our Thrift Store modeled by local celebrities. Tickets to the event are $5 and are on sale NOW [...]
BNNreport-FINAL Check out the Regional Needs Assessment for Washington County studying education and transportation needs in our area of Rhode Island. The survey, which was funded through a grant from New Roots, analyzes the challenges of education and training as well as transportation from the perspective of employers as well as potential job applicants. The report was [...]