A Farm to Table Evening



The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC) is pleased to announce its Spring 2018 fundraiser.  This event, A Farm to Table Evening, will highlight the talents of many of New Jersey’s finest chefs, and will take place on Friday, June 1, 2018. Attendance at this special outdoor event is by mailed invitation only due to space limitations. If you are interested in receiving an invitation please email Kjohnson@atlantichealth.org and include your name and mailing address.


In celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the Women’s Association, we are pleased to announce that the proceeds of this event will be directed towards the Women’s Health Clinic at Morristown Medical Center. Your sponsorship of the Women’s Health Clinic will allow for:


  • Reconfiguration of the existing space to ensure the privacy and safety of our patients

  • Equipment upgrades

  • Assistance with staffing – many of the services provided by the clinic are not reimbursed by insurance and the positions that support those services rely solely on private grants and donations.


To ensure the success of this evening, we need your help. Our Sponsor Agreement explains the various ways to participate. Sponsors receive significant marketing visibility via email to our membership, on the WAMMC website, and at the event itself.


We look forward to your participation in A Farm to Table Evening on June 1, 2018.  Through your generosity, the Women’s Health Clinic at MMC will continue to treat and support women in our community. On behalf of the Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center, we thank you in advance for your consideration and support.





The Women’s Health Clinic is a full-service charity care program of Morristown Medical Center that offers OB/GYN medical services for socio-economically disadvantaged women.  The Women’s Clinic was founded in the 1960’s and today provides more than 15,000 medical visits and delivers over 550 babies annually.  The majority of patients are Hispanic or Latina women who experience poverty, poor nutrition, sub-standard housing, and limited access to health services – all of which impact their health.  Many of our patients are under insured, do not have a family doctor or obtain regular physical examinations and present to us only when experiencing an OB/GYN difficulty or at various stages of pregnancy.  The Women’s Health Clinic serves as their medical home by providing culturally sensitive, high quality health care at no cost.