Our club meets monthly at the Weir-Jordan House during the months of September through May. We get together for social events in the summer, to better allow us to stay in touch.

Community outreach by the Greensboro Woman's Club
Women of the club serving the community

What the G.W.C. is Doing


The Woman’s Club

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Serving the Greensboro

Community since 1909

Last year we donated over $13,000 to community charities, and we had fun doing it!

Serving food
Each month, different club members chair volunteer hands-on projects for which members may sign up to participate. During the last club year, for example, we collected food and helped pack it into backpacks for children in need,  collected school supplies for teachers, walked in the Women's Only Walk/Run for mammography scholarships, as well as the Alzheimer's Memory Walk, helped construct diapers for an organization which provides cloth diapers to families in need, served soup at Urban Ministry’s Feast of Caring, dressed up in Halloween costumes and helped with children's activities at Zoo Boo Bash at the Natural Science Center, and made monetary donations to agencies in need.

In 2011, we volunteered on 45 structured projects benefitting the community. This amounted to over 2,100 hours served. Through our fundraising efforts, we were able to donate over $13,000.00 to the community and various charities within the Greensboro area.

We also make time for social events.  Last year club members enjoyed activities such as learning to paint at a local art studio, traveling to Pinehurst for tea and shopping together and during the December meeting we hosted an ornament exchange for club members.

Face painting
Members of the club