Fundraising at The Woman’s Club includes the yearly events listed below. All proceeds from these events support the community service projects and the president’s community improvement project.
Bake and Make
This is event is a highlight of the holiday season. Members donate crafted items and baked goods to sell at the December General Meeting. There is always a great selection and shopping is a fun.
Each year, member’s donate items to sell at the Member’s Place venue during each meeting. Proceeds from the sales support the club’s community service projects.
Fall and Spring Fundraiser
The Fall and Spring events may include a variety of activities. Each year the fundraising committee chooses the event. In the past, The Woman’s Club of Raleigh has hosted fashion, garden and antique shows, as well as a silent auction
Commemorate the 115th Birthday of our club with a gift to the Capital Camrpaign! Martha and I are excited about the September meeting where the club’s past and future will be celebrated! What a wonderful time to honor our history and traditions with an eye on what’s to come!
We’ll be sitting in our usual place to welcome you back for the new year, so please stop by our table and say hello! September also marks the one-year anniversary of launching the Capital Campaign to ensure the preservation of our building. Part of the club’s history – – and indeed a treat – – is to have our own clubhouse where we can meet, greet and do the business of the club. To date, 108 members, or 40% of total membership, have donated to the campaign and we’re so grateful for this progress. But the campaign’s goal is for 100% of club members to make a gift, and if you haven’t already contributed we’re urging you to take that next step now!
All gifts, of any amount, are welcomed and appreciated! You can make a one-time gift or a pledge to give over time. Please stop by the Capital Campaign’s table at the September General Meeting and 115th birthday dinner event to take that next step and be part of the campaign! Thank you!
Martha Keravuori and Doreen Lam, Co-Chairs