About the Redwood City Woman’s Club

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide service to the community, a spirit of sisterhood where women can socialize together, and preservation of a historical resource for Redwood City – our Clubhouse.

Community Service

We serve our community through volunteer activities, donations, and use of our Clubhouse. We also welcome guest speakers from local organizations to support their community outreach. Our focus is on helping women, children, and veterans.

Member Activities

  • Check our calendar of events for dates and times.
  • Book & Wine Club

  • Bring a book you are ready to discuss and share. We are currently meeting monthly in our garden area.
  • Game Night

  • Game night happens quarterly, 7:00 pm to 9:00. We play board games, charades, and all kinds of fun party games. While our Clubhouse is closed, we are meeting on Zoom.
  • Bridge Club

    Our intermediate to advanced Bridge Group is currently meeting on Zoom.

  • Club Meetings

  • We meet once a month for day or evening meetings that feature Club business, member announcements, and entertainment, a presentation, or social time. While our Clubhouse is closed, we are meeting on Zoom.
  • Socials

  • We are scheduling a variety of social gatherings on Zoom, while our Clubhouse is closed.
  • League of Widows Social Group

  • Our monthly informal social group for widows provides an opportunity to learn from each other and make new friends. The group is currently meeting on Zoom.
  • Penny Pines

  • Contributions from members provide funds for tree planting to help reforestation in a National Forest in California. Learn more about Penny Pines.
  • Volunteering

  • Activities include hosting veterans for an annual  lunch and working on projects around the Clubhouse. We also provide volunteers to other organizations depending on need and member interest.
  • Fundraisers

  • We periodically hold fundraising events for our charitable giving fund. Recent beneficiaries of the fund include the Redwood City Education Foundation, the Menlo Park Veteran’s Hospital, the 4th of July Chalk Festival, and the Childrens’ Fund of San Mateo in support of foster teens. We have also supported Redwood City’s new Magical Bridge Playground.

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