Colleyville Woman’s Club (CWC) is a dedicated group of DFW residents who improve the community through volunteer service and charitable fundraising, all while enjoying new friendships. Membership is open to everyone and generally has included men and women from Colleyville and the surrounding areas. In addition to community volunteers, many area professionals with limited time join and volunteer their unique skills for special events, taking advantage of valuable networking opportunities while giving back to their communities. Charitable grants, scholarships and service projects are only a few of the many ways CWC programs and member volunteers assist its neighbors in need.
Colleyville Woman’s Club (CWC) was founded in 1978 as a Newcomers Club by six women gathered in a Colleyville bank with $25 donated by the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce. CWC has evolved into a non-profit volunteer service organization that has raised over $4 million to make better the lives of hundreds of women, children and families in our community.
Although founded as a social group, Colleyville Woman’s Club quickly became a service organization dedicated to philanthropy and education. By the mid 80’s, the Club began to contribute to Women’s Haven of Tarrant County, published its first cookbook, A Taste of Tradition, and held its first Holiday Home Tour (1985) and Fashion Show (1986) as charitable fundraisers. In 1982, the “Circle of Hope” theme was adopted to reflect the Club’s commitment to philanthropy and community support. To allocate its funds, the Club instituted an allocations and grant process for distributing fundraising proceeds. In 1990, CWC was the first recipient of the Star-Telegram Northeast Edition’s Club of the Year Award. Numerous awards followed.
Fundraising, volunteering, meeting, learning
Creating new relationships, sharing, working together
Giving, helping students, volunteering, recognizing those who give