Savannah Woman's Club
"Make Friends, Make Fun, Make a Difference"
The Savannah Woman's Club was begun in 1956 to foster fellowship and service of women in promoting civic, social, and cultural advancement in our city. The Club motto is: "Wisdom, Justice and Fellowship".
The meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month September through May at John Wesley Villas in Savannah.
The Club is very involved in service to the community. Clubwomen are encouraged to select a "program of work" wherein their interest lies. There is something for everyone who becomes a member of the Federation. Each Community Service Program has an area of Collaboration where club members work to improve their communities through different projects. There are also organizations that Partner with the General Federation of Women's Clubs and provide resources and suggestions for each Program.
The Community Service Programs are: The Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach, and Public Issues.
Some of the projects the Savannah Woman's Club is involved in are: Area Scholarships, Salvation Army, the Children's Garden at the Savannah Botanical Gardens, Safe Shelter, and Tullulah Falls School (owned and operated by the Georgia Federation since 1909).
(portions copied from the GaFWC brochure,
1st Vice President:
2nd Vice President:
Meetings will be held the 3rd Wednesday of the month from September to May at John Wesley Villas
231 W. Montgomery Crossroads Savannah, GA
10:00 AM- Coffee
10:30- Meeting begins
11:30- Lunch served
Lynda White 912-353-8294