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Clinic Escort

Clinic Escorts make up a team of indispensable volunteers whose role is to ease patient and staff tension by providing support outside our local clinic in the presence of protestors. Escorts play a very important role in keeping abortion services safe and accessible.

In order to volunteer, you will need to complete a volunteer application and complete a brief training. Clinic Escorts can volunteer for two hour shifts Tuesday - Saturday mornings. Currently, we need more people to volunteer during the week. If you are interested in training as a clinic escort, you can email us. You can also call the South Jersey NOW - Alice Paul chapter at (856) 778-8320 and leave a message.

The right to choose is meaningless if access to reproductive healthcare is denied. Let our presence show that we are determined to keep the clinics open!

Thanks for your help with this!

ALICE's List

A non-partisan fundraising network to support feminist, pro-choice women in local New Jersey elections.

Why, then, do women need power; Because power is freedom. Power allows us to accomplish what is important to us, in the manner that we best see fit. It separates the doers from the dreamers.
Patti F. Mancini, 1989 speech

What is ALICE's List?
The goal of ALICEs List is to support feminist pro-choice women in local New Jersey elections in order to empower all women and bring them into full political, financial, and social equality.

ALICE's List supports candidates by coordinating a network of donors who contribute to the financial resources of the candidate's campaign. Unlike other PACs, which support only candidates who can demonstrate political viability, we want to give every qualified woman a chance to run for local public office.

We want qualified women to run, and we don't want money to be a prohibiting factor!

Why is ALICE's List needed?
Although women account for 52 percent of the voting population, they are not represented in such proportions at any level of government. New Jersey ranks 43rd among the 50 states in the proportion of women serving in its legislature.

Candidates establish political credibility in part by demonstrating financial strength. Contributions made early in a campaign and aimed at women candidates will increase their chances for success.

Member Benefits

How To Join ALICE's List
Send a $10 annual membership fee to ALICE's list. This fee covers administrative costs only. Agree to make a minimum donation of $50; $25 each to at least two endorsed candidates. (If this is difficult for you, please send as much as you can afford. Every dollar helps!) Checks are written directly to the candidate's campaign, but are forwarded to ALICE's List for coordinated delivery to the candidate.

ALICE's List Membership Enrollment
Download and print the membership brochure. Fill out the Enrollment form and mail it with your check to the address listed.

ALICE's List Member's Candidate Brochure
Download and print the candidate brochure.

ALICE's List is sponsored by the South Jersey NOW - Alice Paul chapter. Our chapter includes more than 400 members from South Jersey who seek to further the legal, social, financial and political equality of women in a variety of ways.

The chapter takes its name from Alice Paul, a native of Mt. Laurel and a tireless champion for women's equality. Alice Paul played a critical role in gaining the right to vote for women. She earned three law degrees, and in 1923 she drafted the Equal Rights Amendment, working toward its passage until her death in 1977. A lifelong activist, Alice Paul continues to inspire us with her courage and dedication.

This message is from ALICE's List
and not authorized by any political candidate.

Women's Shelters

Donating Household Items

What to Donate

Bedtime items: Infant-5/6 -- Sleepers; Sizes 2-18 -- Girls' Night Gowns, Boys' PJ's; Slippers; Thermal Long Johns; Baby Monitors; Crib Sheets; Cribs; Night Lights

Paper Goods: Paper Towels, Paper Plates & Bowls, Paper Cups, Disposable Silverware, Napkins, Tissues, Disposable Diapers, Toilet Tissues, C-Fold Towels, Baby Wipes

Medicine Cabinet: Diaper Rash Ointment, Adults/Children/Infants Cold Remedies, Thermometer Strips, Tylenol PMS, Burn Creams or Sprays, Adults/Children Aspirin, Non-Aspirin Medications, Neosporin, Orajel, Latex Gloves, First-Aid Cream, Children Vitamins

Cooking items: Baking Pans (all sizes), Cakes & Frosting Mixes, Sugar, Flour, Spices (Black Pepper, Salt Paprika, Garlic Powder), Candy & Meat Thermometers, Cooking Oil

Household items: Light Bulbs, Batteries (All types), Flash Lights, Tool-kit, Acme Gift Certificates, Phone Cards, Pre-paid Gas Cards, Pre-Paid Phones, NJ Transit Bus Passes, Oil Change Gift Certificates, Telephone Answering Machines

Stationary items: Pocket Folders, Stationary/Envelopes/Stamps, Pens, Date Books, Blank Books for Journal

Kitchen items: Small Appliances, Dish Towels/Pot Holders, Cooking Utensils, Silverware, Mops, Brooms, Buckets, Small Microwave Ovens, Sets of Pots & Pans, Sets of Dishes, Sets of Glasses, Plastic Food Storage Containers, Hand Held Dirt Devil, Large Frying Pans, Dutch Ovens

Bedroom items: Bed Spreads/Blankets/Sheets, Pillows, Cotton Pillow Covers, Alarm Clock Radios

School Supplies: Gift Certificates, Washable Markers, Crayons, Pencils, Pens, Calculators, Ruler, Glue Stick, Cardboard School Box, Marble Composition Book, Pocket Folders, Back Packs, Spiral Notebooks/Diaries, Umbrellas, Drawing Paper, Construction Paper

Women's Clothing: Sweat Suits, Hats, Gloves & Scarves, Socks, New Underwear (sizes 5-10), Professional Dressing Attire (see below)

Personal Care items: Deodorant, Bath Soap/Gels, Skin Care Products, Mouthwash, Toothpaste, Shampoo/Conditioner, Comb & Brush, Body Lotion, Plastic Soap/Toothbrush Storage Containers, Hair Products for Women of Color, Hair Ornaments (headbands, scrunches, rubber bands), Buckets, Large Bath Towels, Washcloths

Toys (nonviolent): Infant-Toddler--Learning Toys, Books with Musical/Sound, Cassette Tapes (sing-a-long), Disney Video Tapes; 5-8 Year Olds--View Master & Film Disks, Board Games, Colorforms, Coloring Books/Crayons, Dolls (all ethnicities - African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American); 9-12 Year Olds--Board Games, Basketballs, Footballs, Skateboards, Scooters, Roller Blades, Hand-held Video Games; Teens--Portable CD Players, Bath and Bodyworks Sets

Gift Certificates: for commonly found chains of grocery stores such as Acme; for department/clothing stores such as Target, KMart, TJMaxx; for beauty salons, such as Hair Cuttery, Supercuts, J.C. Penny.

Donating Clothes

What to Donate

Women's Working Wardrobe Clothes -- Interview-appropriate clothes, new or used, in season (preferably size 14+), cleaned, pressed and on hangers; plus jewelry and accessories.

Where to Donate

Need a reliable, inexpensive cleaner?

$1.69 Any Garment Cleaners
3 locations:

16 Somerdale Square
(intersection of White Horse Rd. & White Horse Pike, across from Pufferbelly & the Speedline)
(856) 435-8169

1444 East Route 70
(Pine Tree Plaza, 1/4 mile West of 295, next to Andreotti's Viennese Cafe)
Cherry Hill, NJ
(856) 857-1808

512 Haddonfield Road at Chapel Ave.
(1/4 mile South of Rt. 38 & 1/2 mile from Cherry Hill Mall, (next to Pier 1 Imports)
Cherry Hill, NJ
(856) 663-9404

OPEN Mon - Sat 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.