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Join the San Jose Woman's Club for free as part of our growing inclusivity campaign.
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Donate to Project Change
Your generous contribution endorses our nonprofit organization's drive toward inclusivity, broader community impact and strategic planning to ensure a bright future. We are grateful for donations that come in all levels and will acknowledge each gift with a letter to use for tax purposes.
Project Change has raised $36,276 of its $50K goal, with support from from 38 constituents as of January 2022. Thank you for giving what you are able to give to Project Change today.
$60/yr(up to 24 yrs)
Benefits of Membership
Friendship and Collaboration - Members from diverse backgrounds join up to serve the community, preserve the historic clubhouse, support one another and the City of San Jose.
Mentoring - Members generously support the local community through planning and attending fundraisers, performing charitable work, and championing innovative organizations doing great work in the City.
Free and Low Cost Programs - From Courageous Conversations to art and writing classes, there are monthly free and low cost program options to suit all members.
Open Wednesdays - After more than a year of sheltering in place due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we're reopening the club all day every Wednesday from 9am - 7pm. The clubhouse is a wonderful place for a meeting, a lunch, or quiet co-working. If you need special accommodations for larger groups, please contact email@example.com and we'll do our best to meet your needs.
Special Events throughout the year - The San Jose Woman's Club hosts many events, including a clothing swap, an Arts + Crafts festival, the LUNAFEST film festival, monthly member socials, a Gingerbread House Decorating Party, and a favorite event, The Opera with the Stars Luncheon. Members pay discounted admission to all events.
SJWC Groups - Activity Groups allow for participation in areas of special interest. Groups meet regularly and include Arts and Culture (also known as Antiques), Voices in Action (V.I.A.), Book Group, and Bea Dear.