– The Woman’s Club of Raleigh –

Culture for Service, Culture in Service

– Proudly Serving The Community –

of Raleigh, North Carolina Since 1904

– Giving Back To The Community –

We Volunteered Over 79,707 Hours In 2017

– Join Our Capital Campaign –

A History to Preserve, A Future to Ensure!

Welcome TO THE WOMAN’S CLUB OF RALEIGH

Established in 1904, The Woman’s Club of Raleigh is dedicated to serving and supporting our community in the Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach, and Public issues. Our community service programs give members opportunities to contribute to our community, to learn and to enjoy a variety of activities and events.

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh Motto: Culture for Service, Culture in Service

Announcing THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh launched its Capital Campaign in September 2018. To learn more about the Campaign and how you can participate, click here.

– Get Involved –

Participate SEE WHAT WE’RE UP TO.

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh events are a great way to make connections that inspire personal and professional growth, support our community, and enrich lives. Some events are open to nonmembers.

International Outreach CSP is asking members to bring non-perishable food items to the Sept. 10 Showcase to benefit Catholic Parish Outreach. Money donations also accepted. (Checks should be made out to CPO) $30 feed a family of 4 for a week! Catholic Parish Outreach is the largest food pantry in the Triangle. It is celebrating 41 years of serving the community by providing emergency food assistance and more. CPO largely serves many members of our international community, such as refugees and immigrants who are referred to them by churches, schools, medical providers, etc.

We will be delivering our donations to CPO on our service day, Sept. 18. We will meet at WCR and welcome any members who would like to help with deliveries. We will have a sign-up sheet at the Showcase. If you have questions, please contact Sara Brower/Barbara Hocutt, co-chairs. 

Save  These  Dates!

NIGHT CSP: The Night CSP will be hosting the last dinner of this summer series. MAKE NEW FRIENDS BUT KEEP THE OLD is August 21 at 6:00 pm.   Please plan to join us! Check locations and dates through Events. Reservations are required!

CSP SHOWCASE:  September 11 at 4:00 pm Clubside!

GENERAL MEETING & 115th Birthday Dinner, Daniels Auditorium, 6:00 pm, September 11 .

FOUR NO TRUMP BRIDGE: The first meeting of No Trump Bridge is Wednesday, September 4, 2019, at 10 a.m. at The Woman’s Club in the Stephenson Dining room and the Board Room.  If you have a table let  me know.  If you would like to play and don’t have a table of 4 to play, let me know.  There may be several players who want to play and we can make up a table with you.  If not, we can always use substitutes to play in someone’s absence.  It seems that substitutes usually find a place at a table.  Anyway,  we are a sociable group who enjoy playing.  If you don’t know how to play, we will help you learn.  We play on the first Wednesday of  every month during the club year for two hours ending at 12:00 pm.  Contact: barbararhocutt85@gmail.com or 919-673-4485.
Barbara Hocutt and Barbara Sydnor, Co-chairs

Join Us for Community Conversations at the Club,  7 to 9 pm, Mark your Calendar with Details to follow! See below for dates.         

 October 30 – Policing in Raleigh, Chief Deck Brown
January 28Opioid Crisis in NC, US Attorney’s Office
April 29Racial Understanding, Best of Enemies -Bill  Riddick
             

Discover THE LEGACY

The Woman’s Club began when Mrs. Elvira Evelyna Worth Moffit gathered a group of ladies together in the State Library Reading Room for the sole purpose of organizing a Woman’s Club. The Woman’s Club came into being with the hope and belief that it could by organization better serve the city and community in which it exists. Helen Primrose McPherson, Past President, 1926

President’s Project
COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF WAKE COUNTY

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve as your President for the 2018-2020 Administration. The Woman’s Club of Raleigh has served the community for 114 years, and I am very honored to be following in the footsteps of some amazing women.

So many choices, so many worthy organizations to choose from, but, because children are near and dear to my heart, for these next two years, my President’s Project will be focused on education. Children are our future! My background in education has enabled me to see things from a different perspective. And, giving children all the tools that we can to help them achieve should be our mission. Children, as we know, don’t all learn at the same levels, but they all need to receive the same opportunity to learn.

We’re looking forward to these next two years and hope you join us on the journey!

Learn More

Living THE VOLUNTEER SPIRIT

The Community Service Programs of The Woman’s Club of Raleigh offer members opportunities to contribute to the community, to learn and to enjoy a variety of activities and events. Members participate based on their individual interests and as their schedules permit.

Community Service PROGRAMS

Our Community PARTNERS

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh

3300 Woman’s Club Dr, Raleigh, NC 27612-4811

(919) 782-5599
info@womansclubofraleigh.org

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