– 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 OFFER!

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. All members, please note: If you have a change in your contact information – address, phone, or email, please notify Kathy Godfrey, Vice President of Membership.

Dear Members,The Woman’s Club of Raleigh is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy meeting place for our members.  As such, we are closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.  Thank you for your patience as we navigate this challenging situation.   

 We are advising our members to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regarding preventative measures, and we are encouraging members who exhibit flu-like symptoms to stay home and consult with a medical professional immediately.
The following precautions are to be followed:

  • Maintain social distancing (refrain from handshaking and hugging)
  • Wash hands frequently
  • Carry hand sanitizer
  • Avoid large crowds! Group meetings can be no larger than  NINE people!
  • Wear a mask!! It should cover your mouth AND nose at all times!!! The CDC does not support a face shield as a replacement for a mask.

Check EVENTS for more details on all activities. Event cancellations will be updated as received! Contact chairs if you have a question about cancellations of meetings!

 

SAVE THE DATE
116th Anniversary & Founder’s Day Celebration
CSP Showcase General Meeting and Dinner Wednesday, September 9  to be decided- see below!
General Meeting & Founder’s Day Dinner, Daniels Auditorium, 6:00 pm
The Night CSP will host the September General Meeting on Wednesday, September 9th. The featured speaker will be the Rev. J. Dana Trent, Duke Divinity School graduate, ordained Baptist minister, former hospital chaplain, author and professor of World Religions and Critical Thinking at Wake Tech Community College.
Please note: Plans are subject to change per the state’s restrictions on gatherings due to COVID-19.

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

Responding to the Crises of the
2020 Pandemic

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh has a long and outstanding history of service to our community. Because of the leadership of many courageous and visionary women, the Club has made a difference in our society through its many volunteer activities. I thank you for placing your faith in me to follow behind these forward thinking women and serve as our Club’s President.

 Making a difference for the betterment of our community is part of our mission. The coronavirus pandemic has adversely impacted where we live. We see increased hunger and homelessness; we see a lack of justice and equality; we see a need for a source of potable drinking water on the Capitol Square. To respond to these issues, this President has chosen for her special Community Impact Project “Responding to the Crises of the 2020 Pandemic.” No one should go hungry; thus, we will be supporting the Food Bank and sponsoring food drives. We will be assisting the homeless by making mats out of recycled plastic bags. All people were created equal; thus, we will be working to mend the divide that exists by hosting discussions and searching for solutions to the problem. The water fountains on the Capitol Square have been long been inoperable. There is no source of potable water on this historic site’s grounds for school children, visitors or residents who work/walk downtown; thus, we will work with the NC State Capitol to raise money to provide a source. This is an ambitious project, but we are ambitious and care about our community. Please join us as we go forward.

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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

The Woman’s Club of Raleigh has made the decision to temporarily close based on recommendations by the CDC, our President and our Governor.
Thank you for your support and, as always, we look forward to serving your rental needs in the future.

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