The San José Woman's Club has been a formal organization since 1894, when nine women first gathered to discuss forming an alliance. At that time, women across the nation were forming clubs to study and discuss various topics of importance.
Today, SJWC is focused on providing scholarships for local students, funding local and women's charitable organizations, preserving its landmark Clubhouse, and providing a home for like-minded people to gather together to enjoy camaraderie and work on mutual goals. Download the Club backgrounder for more information.
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- Read all about SJWC events and news in our monthly email bulletin, The Poppy.
- San Jose Woman’s Club is honored to be the non-profit partner for "Other Desert Cities,"presented by City Lights Theater. The show opens September 24 and runs through October 23.
To donate $5 of your ticket price to SJWC, order tickets at cltc.org/ticket & enter SJWC in the Promotional or Season Pass Code box.
October 16 is SJWC day. Purchase your tickets with the promo code and join us for the 2:00 p.m. matinee. After the show, meet us at Café Stritch for a cash-bar social hour.
- OktoBRAfest on Sunday, October 2, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Hoist a beer, enjoy a sausage and support homeless and at-risk women.We've got lots of fun in store, including a Bra Cupcake Decorating Contest, the Ms. and Mr. OktoBRAfest Contest, German Music and Dancing, and a Raffle for Fabulous Local Stay-cations. Get tickets and full details.
- The Bloomie Dropper Party on Thursday, September 15, was a success. Guests donated more than 1,300 pairs of new women's panties and over $1,000 for HomeFirst Services.
- Did you know the Club is getting a 3-D Fly-through? Read all about it Gary Singh's Silicon Alleys column in Metro, published on June 15.
- SJWC was recently featured on Bay Area For Sale, a top site for San Jose real estate. Read the article here: Historic Service Organization Improves, Connects Community.
In past decades, the building was available only by the referral of a club member, but today the doors are open to the general public with advance reservation. Rental Information
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