SONOMA VALLEY WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERSHIP

The Sonoma Valley Woman's Club, established in 1901, is a philanthropic and social organization. It's objectives are to stimulate club spirit and activity, promote educational, historical, moral and social welfare and civic measures. 

To accommodate the diverse membership, there are two monthly meetings. Afternoon members meet at the clubhouse on the third Friday of the month at 1 pm and the Evening members meet at the clubhouse on the fourth Monday of the month at 6:30 pm.  The club takes a summer break and does not meet during the months of July and August. 

Members are expected to attend meetings and to serve on programs and committees.

To contact Barbara Brereton for more information, email svwc1901@gmail.com or call 925-708-3387

MEMBERSHIP OVERVIEW:

SVWC membership has a diversity of ages, interests, talent and experience, but all united in their dedication to community support through volunteer service and fundraising efforts.

Fundraising:

There are two main fundraisers per year; 

     A two-weekend Craft Fair and a 

     Spring Fundraiser 

     Plus miscellaneous fundraiser throughout the year

Communications

 Monthly Newsletter or Email Blast which announce upcoming meetings, fundraisers or any other information needing to be disseminated to the membership

Social Network:

        Facebook - Sonoma Valley Woman?s Club

       Website - Sonomavalleywomansclub.org

ONGOING Community INVOLVEMENT:

Vallejo House Victorian Christmas Ornament Workshop:  Each year in December the SVWC provides baked goods to support the Victorian Christmas Ornament workshop for children at the Vallejo House.

Bag Lunches for Sonoma Overnight Support: On the 4th Wednesday of each month the SVWC prepares and distributes lunches at the Springs Community Hall aka The Grange 

F.I.S.H (Friends in Sonoma Helping):  Each November the SVWC holds a can food drive for F.I.S.H in support of holiday giving.

 Remembrance Gift Bags:  During the holidays, members assemble gift bags to be delivered to our members who are no longer able to attend our meetings.  Volunteers are needed to collect items, fill and deliver the gift bags.

Annual non-profit Donations:

Scholarships for Sonoma Valley High School seniors, School Libraries, Sonoma Overnight Support, F.I.S.H. (Friends in Sonoma Helping), Pets Lifeline, Sonoma Hospice, Sonoma Ecology Center, Meals-on-Wheels of Sonoma, Newspapers in Education aka KidsScoop. 

This list of non-profits may be adjusted as the needs arise or as funds are available.




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