Since 1914. The Women's University Club was founded to form a closer union of university women in order to promote outstanding education, cultural, and social activities. Since 2003, 31 scholarships have been awarded to graduating high school seniors and women in transition. In 2011, grants were established to help further musical education in our local schools.
Thank You! With your help, I received a BA in Economics from Whitman College. After graduation, I served in the Peace Corps at a coffee-farming village in Honduras. There I worked on projects involving micro-financing, water & sanitation, HIV/AIDS prevention, and gender equality.
Talent. That talent can either be nurtured or crushed. A fine teacher, like those we aim to support, will assist each child in the development of that talent. The Women’s University Club of Seattle Foundation is intent upon keeping music education alive and well in the greater Puget Sound area to best honor the sensitivity of our children and our society.
Joy. As she grows older, I would like her to experience the camaraderie and joy of being around so many warm, intelligent and strong women role models.
1,330. Volunteerism and community outreach have always been second nature to WUC members. Each Foundation volunteer gives freely of her time and with your support as well, we hope to continue our impact.
Catalyst: When I was younger, I wanted to be a catalyst. Now I want to feel the reaction as well. I want to initiate changes in my community and be a fountainhead of ideas. I want my actions to better my character as well. I've always loved school and have had a thirst for knowledge. I'm positive this won't change as I begin college.
Help us help another deserving young woman achieve her goals.