Pine Castle Woman's Club

The Heart of The Community Since 1940 and Home of the Corner Rose Tea Room

Charitable Donations

As part of our philanthropic commitment to serve the needs of our community, we have chosen to support those local individuals and families who most need our help. We donate on a regular basis to the following organizations:

The Russell Home for Atypical Children in Orlando has been in continuous operation for over 60 years without any government support. The Home is the only private, non-profit facility of its kind for severely disabled children in Central Florida.

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The Foundation for Life is a fully operational residential facility for men battling addictions to drugs and alcohol. The twelve step program of recovery, Christian counseling, and our faith in God are what makes this program work. The Foundation is a twelve month residential transitional program.

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We provide hunger solutions for various community partners who deliver meals directly to those in need. Unlike a food pantry, we train and equip local organizations on how to serve the need and bring accountability to their circumstance.

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Other Ways to Give

In addition to proceeds from the Corner Rose Tea Room, our guests have an opportunity to further support charitable giving through purchases from 

Granny's Closet, gift baskets raffles, and unique jewelry.

Flossie’s Garden is named in honor of Florence Bumby Fishback, who founded the Pine Castle Woman’s Club in 1940. “Flossie,” as she was known to her many friends, would be the first to say she was only a small part of a wonderful group of Pine Castle ladies who worked together to create a much needed gathering place for the community as well as a place where they could come together in service to Greater Pine Castle.

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Since 1998, the Russell Home for Atypical Children opened the “Corner Rose Tea Room” to raise money for their very special home. After 15 years it became necessary to close in order to make room for a much needed expansion.

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Thank you for donating to the Pine Cas​tle Woman’s Club

Thank you for your support to our organization.

501(c)(3) is part of the IRS tax code that indicates whether organizations are tax exempt. If an organization is a 501(c)(3), like Help Hope Live, donations to that organization are tax deductible to the full extent of the law on your annual tax return. According to the IRS, 501(c)(3) organizations are “religious, educational, charitable, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, national or international amateur sports competition, or prevention of cruelty to children or animals organizations.” As Charity Navigator explains, what sets 501(c)(3) organizations apart is that they are public charities that “serve the common good.” Organizations that rely on private membership donations or serve a primarily social or recreational purpose typically fall under a different IRS category.