GATHERINGS
GENERAL MEETINGS

2nd Tuesday, Sept. thru May,
Colleyville Center
9:30 am Social time
10:00 am Meeting

FIRST TUESDAYS

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March 3rd 5-6:30 pm
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EVENT SIGNUPS

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MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS ARE DUE

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VIRTUAL RETAIL THERAPY

A VIRTUAL gathering in today's different times! Online auction & other opportunitis.
Sept. 14-18

CARING WITH COMMITMENT
CELEBRATION

May presentation of grants, scholarships & awards

SUMMERTIME SMILES

Casual coffee 2nd Tuesdays, Market Street,
10:00 a.m.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Watch for more chances to gather with friends and CWC supporters!

HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING!
About Us

Colleyville Woman’s Club (CWC), is a dedicated group of about 140 members who improve the community through volunteer service and charitable fundraising, all while enjoying new friendships. Membership is open to women and men living or working in Colleyville and the surrounding areas. The Club’s extraordinary successes include its signature Spring Fashion Benefit, past prestigious Holiday Home Tours, and spirited annual Bridge Marathon. Founded in 1978, CWC has surpassed the $4 million mark in fundraising for worthy causes and is dedicated to serving the people within and around Northeast Tarrant County. Charitable grants, scholarships and service projects are only a few of the many ways CWC programs and member volunteers assist its neighbors in need.

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MEMBERSHIP INFO

Learn more about CWC and membership

FORMS

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MEMBER HONOREES

Recognized at the May General Meeting.

CARING WITH COMMITMENT CELEBRATION

May presentation of awards, grants & scholarships

TAX EXEMPT DOCUMENTS

501(c)(3) organization for IRS & State of Texas

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Volunteer recognition, scholarships & volunteer opportunities

MAILING LIST

Not ready for membership, but want to stay updated

SEPT 8 GENERAL MEETING

Colleyville Center, Colleyville

9:30 a.m. - Social time
10:30 a.m. - Business Meeting and Program

We are welcoming our members back for our first General Meeting Tuesday, September 8 at the Colleyville Center and recognizing the Member Awards we missed because of Covid cancellation of our spring Caring With Commitment Celebration. Social time is 9:30 am with fruit and muffins and lunch will be served afterwards. This is a special meeting with a different menu as we celebrate our friends and co-members receiving the Volunteer Recognition Awards for their service to CWC. We will adhere to CDC guidelines, there will be four chairs at each table, masks are mandatory we will have servers assisting with the food and beverages wearing gloves and masks.

CAUSES WE SUPPORT
WOMEN'S SERVICES CWC has been a continuing supporter of SafeHaven of Tarrant County, the Women's Center of Tarrant County and the Gatehouse. Grants to these and similar agencies provide funding for transportation; housing and food; and education and therapy for displaced and abused women and their children.
SOCIAL SERVICES
Recognizing the broader needs of families in our area, CWC targets agencies and projects that provide for the economically and physically challenged. Grants have been awarded for several capital and operations projects at GRACE, equipment needs for clients of the Neuro-Fitness Foundation and help for indigent cancer patients through Cancer Care Services.
ELDERLY CWC has funded home-delivery and congregate lunches in surrounding communities through Metroport Meals on Wheels, as well as contributing to its capital fund. The Mental Health Association of Tarrant County has used CWC grants for its Ombudsman Program for residents in long term care facilities, and Mid-Cities Care Corps. Grants have helped with emergency home repairs and durable goods purchases, all with primarily elderly clients.
COMMUNITY Support of Colleyville's beautiful Colleyville Center is an example of CWC funding over several years. CWC grants also support the community, summer and educational programs of Arts Council Northeast, including scholarships for at-risk students.
SCHOLARSHIPS  Scholarships are awarded to deserving graduating seniors from five area schools in three districts.
CHILDREN In addition to programs in the above categories that benefit children, grants to Alliance for Children, the Harris Methodist Health Foundation, Summer Reading Club, Imagisphere Children's Museum and Summer Santa have directly financed counseling and therapy, car safety seat purchase and education, books and summer camps for needy children.
VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION CWC recognizes volunteer efforts of youth with awards and grants. Members & community businesses who support the Club's efforts are also included in the annual awards program.