Service Projects


Peace and Tranquility Garden


Baskets, Bags & Bingo

An annual event where people from all over join us to play Bingo and enter raffles to raise money for the women and girls in Cumberland County.  We have over 100 raffles every year and the event is so much fun!

This is our largest event and we couldn’t do it without the support of the community.

If you would like to be on the mailing list for tickets or if you would like to be a sponsor for the event, please send an email to


Clipless Coupons:

Businesses throughout Cumberland County have given discounts to their establishments on a “clipless coupon” card.  Cards at $5 and are available by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope and check to our PO Box.  They can also be picked up locally from SICC members and some are available at local businesses.  

If you’d like to learn more, please contact us at


Nut sales: Candy and nuts are available for sale and funds go towards the betterment of women and girls in the community.  The selection and quality is great!

If you’d like to purchase, please visit:



Monthly Project

Every month, members of SICC pick a different project to focus on.  Some of our past projects have included, collecting diapers and baby items for new mothers in domestic violence situations, filling shoe boxes with toys and other items for children around the holidays, collecting school supplies and back-packs for kids going back to school and many more.  

If you have an idea for a service project, please send an email to  



Previous Service Projects


Habitat for Humanity: Our club has helped assist Habitat in building homes for needy families

Code Blue: Provided dinner for local homeless programs

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women: We have recognized this day by holding a candlelight vigil to show our support.

Launch for Success: Provided classes for women entering or re-entering the workforce.

Lunch with Santa: Children of all ages were served a hot meal and got to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus.  They could then buy gifts for their loved ones and have them wrapped in time for the holidays!

Adopt-a-Road: SICC adopted Silver Lake Road in Upper Deerfield.  Twice a year, members went out and cleaned up trash in the community.