We appreciate YOU, browsers and buyers! We ❤️ our charming customers! We are grateful to you, Hope Lutheran Church, for providing for us this opportunity to participate in Hope Harvest Fest."On behalf of the fundraising committee, we thank our members for enthusiastic support of our first fundraising endeavor at the Hope Harvest Fest for our scholarship program. Our customers appreciated the tasty baked goods and the creative crafts we were able to show and sell." – with Thanks from the committee – Elaine, TracyM, Paula, and Charlotte For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womansclub.com. See MoreSee Less
The Education & Libraries CSP appreciates all teachers and staff in celebrating World Teacher’s Day on Wednesday, October 5th. The work of inspiring, guiding, educating and mentoring children is valued and respected. Thank you!For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com.#IamGFWC See MoreSee Less
"The WFWC team gave of their time, their donations, and their hearts to this important fundraiser – Wake Forest CROP Hunger Walk – fighting food insecurities around the world, including here in Wake Forest. Thank you, members and friends, for your support walking and/or your donations! Food keeps you healthy and happy!" – PaulaJ #IAMGFWC, #foodinsecurities, #crophunger walkFor more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
Celebrating Hispanic-American Heritage MonthThe Wake Forest Woman’s Club applauds the accomplishments of the women selected by the U.S. Mint for commemoration on quarter coins and recognizes their achievements.One recent honoree is Nina Otero-Warren and especially in recognition of Hispanic American Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), it is fitting she be recognized.For more information, see www.nationalwomenshistoryalliance.org.For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
"I really enjoyed collecting and delivering these Wish List items to the Boys & Girls Club! It was my first introduction to this local organization, and I continue to be impressed by the generosity of our members and community. I know the kids will benefit from these items, and they are very appreciative. Thanks to all!!" – BethDFor more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
"The GFWC-NC District VI Fall Meeting was so much fun. We had a delicious breakfast, followed by a lot of great information about upcoming events/projects, a plenary workshop on membership, and CSP workshops. We even got to do a hands-on project! It is always great to meet up with fellow clubwomen from the district." – President Amy Brown See MoreSee Less
Come by our Vendor table at the Hope Harvest Fest! We will have a large variety of HOME BAKED BREADS AND COOKIES, as well as HAND CRAFTED ITEMS for gifts…and maybe for yourself! See MoreSee Less
THIS IS OUR OPPORTUNITY TO CONTINUE THE FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER INSECURITIES LOCALLY AND WORLDWIDE! Please join us in walking on September 25 at 9:00 am at Joyner Park or at Traditions Development at 3:00 pm to raise awareness to "Fight Hunger One Step At A Time!" Registration and Donations may be made at: events.crophungerwalk.org/2022/team/wake-forest-womans-club. Please help us meet our goal of $1,000 and help others at home and around the world to fight food insecurities. Please register to walk and/or donate at the link stated for our WFWC Team, a non-profit organization. Once registered to walk, your WFWC team will be in touch with you about location. Thank You, ALL, from Your WFWC Crop Walk Team. For more information about our club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less