Oregon City Woman's Club
Feeding children in need on the weekends
Each month we collect items for a specific local non-profit agency. Donations brought to the monthly luncheons are given to programs benefiting such causes as local food programs, animal shelters and early reading initiatives...
The only requirement for membership is an interest to joining with a group of women interested in helping others. Our motto, "Friendship and Service to Others", says it all...
Friends Involved in Dog Outreach (and Cats). AniMeals home delivery for Meals on Wheels recipients.
The Oregon City Woman's Club raises funds to support several local non-profit agencies as well as programs supported by the Oregon Federation of Woman's Clubs.
The annual silent auction, held each fall, is our largest fund raiser and is always a wonderful day of bidding, buying and enjoying refreshments with friends and neighbors. The auction is open to the public - join us for the afternoon at the Ainsworth House and Gardens and help support those in need in our community. See our Events page for more information...
Since the first meeting on April 1, 1903 the members of the Oregon City Woman's Club have worked together on civic improvement projects and have raised funds to support local and national non-profit agencies working in healthcare, human services, animal protection and other areas of need in our city, county and state. Formed around the idea of women coming together to bring about change through group action, a decade before women won the right to vote in Oregon, founding member Mrs. Eva Emory Dye stated, "like the public school the Woman's Club is a school in citizenship for all women."
Meetings and events
The Oregon City Woman's Club meets on the second Thursday of each month (except July and August) at 11:30 a.m. In addition to a luncheon at a local restaurant the agenda includes a business meeting, speakers and special programs.
Making A Difference
For more than 100 years...