Welcome to AAUW of New Jersey

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Thanks to everyone that attended!

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November 25, 2019

Supporting Title X with Planned Parenthood at the Statehouse in Trenton

The bill to replace funding for family planning services passed (voting along party lines)! Funds will be distributed by NJ Commissioner of Health to agencies that lost funding due to not conforming to the Title X gag rule (which prevents providers from even discussing all of a patient’s health care options, including abortion). Funds still can not be used to provide abortions. 👍😀

Austin Greitz (Planned Parenthood organizer), Marian Haag (Salem County Branch), Karen Brown (AAUW NJ president), Carol Welsch (Attorney. Retired)

September 19-20, 2019

AAUW NJ Goes to Seneca Falls, New York

June 30, 2019

AAUW NJ at ERA Day at Alice Paul Institute

L to R: Jacky McGuinness, Liz Rothman, Shevi Salberg, Keturah Harris

Register for the free Work Smart Online Course Now!

Have already trained over 100,000 women online!

Thanks to all who attended our AAUW NJ Annual Meeting

April 7-8, 2019

Keynote Speaker, Kimberly Churches, CEO at AAUW

Branch Anniversary Awards (2019 – 2020)

Branch Awards (2019)

Congratulations to branches with the most growth last year!


2019 Award Winner Jeanne LaRue!

See pictures from our Trip to NYC!

Please visit our “Special Projects” Pages

Thanks to our Volunteers that helped run Teentech 2019!

(held in 3 Locations)

AAUW Members – Please Volunteer to help run Tech Trek Camp

AAUW of New Jersey, a state-level organization of AAUW, founded in 1927, sponsors statewide events.  Local branches actively further national and community goals and capitalize on their networking opportunities.  AAUW Members often choose to belong to one or more local branches.  Joining one of the local branches includes membership in the AAUW of New Jersey state organization.  Individuals who do not wish to join a local branch can join by selecting “Garden State Branch” (our virtual Branch), when joining AAUW.

Please join a local NJ branch or the Garden State (Virtual) Branch and our mailing list, in order to receive emails.

We communicate with our members via the Presidents MessageAAUW NJ NewsNJ Events, “Special Projects”, and Public Policy pages.  We also connect with others on Facebook and via Constant Contact emails.

Our NJ state publication, The Garden Statement, which reported regularly on AAUW-NJ participation in public policy, the Educational Opportunities Fund, the Legal Advocacy Fund, and state and local issues, has been retired, being replaced with the other methods of communication.

AAUW of New Jersey has established The AAUW NJ Charitable Trust, which supports branches across the state, as they work to advance equity and to promote educational opportunities for women and girls.  Donations to the Charitable Trust come from bequests and from individuals, AAUW branches, businesses and institutions. Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.  

Donations to the Charitable Trust can now be made online!

Since we support AAUW National’s mission, we have web pages that share highlights of the volumes of materials available, under the National tab, including AAUW in the News, Leadership, Economic Security, STEM, and Title IX

There are also pages for AAUW Fundraising, Legal Advocacy Fund, Education & Training, Aand links for AAUW Members Only

AAUW NJ Highlights include:

  • Raising more than $100,000 annually for the Foundation and the Legal Advocacy Fund
  • Scholarships awards to New Jersey women
  • Advisors to the State Department of Education on gender bias and equity issue
  • Working in coalition on state issues affecting women and girls
  • Lobbies for formation and continuance of county commissions on women and for economic equity
  • Sponsor of voter registration drives and candidate forums
  • Community projects for literacy, pre-school ed., child care, and nutrition for pregnant teenagers
  • Initiate and monitor state legislation, like the New Jersey Council on Environmental Quality

For general inquiries, please email us.  For specific inquiries, please contact our State Leadership contacts.


Visit our “AAUW NJ News” Page to see the impact of our organization!

We also have many Special Projects that our Members “work” on:

Visit our AAUW NJ Special Projects Pages for information.