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GFWC Women's Club of South County

 
Mission Statement
 
The GFWC Women's Club of South County, a local civic organization, seeks to bring women of all backgrounds for philanthropic activities and community service.  Our goal is to provide community support through volunteerism, provision of grants to local non-profit agencies, and educational scholarships to women in need.

The Women's Club of South County has been a member of the national GFWC since 1962.

The Women's Club of South County has raised and donated hundreds of thousands of dollars which we have matched with thousands of volunteer hours. 

 

 

 

Click below to learn a little more about The Women's Club of South County:

What We Do

Our GROW HOPE - Community Grants Initiative

 

The Annual Book & Author Luncheon

The Scholarship Program

Recent Events

Email: admin@GFWCRISouthCounty.com

Mailing Address:

GFWC-WCSC

PO Box 5684

Wakefield, R.I. 02880

Voice Mail: 401 365-4392

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WCSC volunteers in the Adopt-A-Highway program are dedicated to keeping its area on Boston Neck Road in Narragansett litter free to help maintain the beauty of South County!

We accomplish Our Mission by volunteering member service and time, fundraising, sponsoring events, awarding scholarships and supporting selected community organizations committed to:

 

Arts and Culture

Civic Engagement and Outreach

Education and Libraries

Environment

Health and Wellness 

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WCSC meetings usually are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month from September through June (except November). Most meetings are held at 5pm at the Narragansett Community Center.    

 

The Club's April meeting and December Holiday Luncheon are held at local restaurants.

 

The Team Leader Council (TLC) also schedules and hosts meetings to review the progress of each Team, assignments and the status of on-going activities.

 

In addition to reports from the co-presidents, treasurer and team leaders, meetings often involve presentations by groups, such as South County Habitat for Humanity, Day One, RI State Police K-9 Search and Rescue Program, and Welcome House, or by Individuals, e.g. Angela Gonzales, more commonly known as AGONZA, is a social worker and Latina Activist known throughout Rhode Island, New York, and Massachusetts for her social awareness murals. 

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