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Community Outreach


Members of the Woman's Club of Palo Alto were pioneers in enhancing the quality of life for the community of Palo Alto throughout the 20th century. They led the way in times when few philanthropic institutions existed and government support of schools, libraries, and public health was more limited.

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Community Outreach


Members of the Woman's Club of Palo Alto were pioneers in enhancing the quality of life for the community of Palo Alto throughout the 20th century. They led the way in times when few philanthropic institutions existed and government support of schools, libraries, and public health was more limited.

Collections and activities for Outreach 2016 - 2017

Collections happen at every Woman's Club monthly meeting.  Donations are voluntary, but much appreciated by less fortunate members in our community.  For our 2016 - 2017 season, we will be collecting for many organizations the club has supported in past years.  A few times a year, Outreach has an activity at the clubhouse.


September 21 - Early Reader Books for 10 Books A Home

October 19 - Canned & Non-Perishable Food for the All Saints Food Bank  

October 22 and 29th -  Tree planting with Canopy, Palo Alto

November 16 -  Wrapped candies, cookies, and nuts (individually wrapped) for Veteran holiday goody bags

December 5 -  Assembling holiday goody bags for Veternans

December 21 -  Blankes and cooking pots (no frying pans please) for Haven Family House, part of LifeMoves

 

January 18 -  Full-sized toiletries and lipsticks for the Battered Women's Shelter

February 6 - Valentine for Veterans at the clubhouse

February 15 - Socks for the Downtown Streets Team   

March 15 - Flip flops and small bottles of water for Dignity on Wheels

April  19 - Kitchenware and bed/bath linens for aged-out Foster youth in Santa Clara County

May 17 - Men's packaged socks, underwear and
T-shirts for the Opportunity Center, Palo Alto

June 15 - Wrap-up and Tallies

Making a difference in the community.

As illustrated in the History section, members of the Woman's Club of Palo Alto were pioneers in enhancing the quality of life for the community of Palo Alto throughout the 20th century. They led the way in times when few philanthropic institutions existed and government support of schools, libraries, and public health was more limited.

Each year members of the Club nominate non-profit organizations for consideration of support that year with a focus is on groups whose programs benefit women and children  The number of grants varies from year to year. These include cultural, educational, and social service organizations. We are glad we are able to make a difference!