Chapin Woman’s Club was federated in 1971 as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and has continued to be active, making a difference in our community for over 45 years. We are affiliated with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), the largest and oldest women’s volunteer service organization in the world. 

Chapin Woman’s Club serves our community through many diverse projects including our Butterfly Garden at Crooked Creek Park, Meals on Wheels, Senior BINGO, Community of Character, Chapin High School’s EAS program, and Crafts for Kids with Cancer, just to name a few. Our grant application process allows local organizations (schools, community theatre, library, food bank, etc.) to apply for financial assistance for specific needs. Our largest contribution these past few years has been to provide scholarships to senior girls at our two local high schools and we continue to mentor, guide, and support these same students as they continue to grow and learn.

Our signature Flamingo Fling Fundraiser, held in the spring, is our largest fundraising event. Celebration Tables, an elegant luncheon to ring-in the holiday season, and Friendship Soup sale in the fall, are other fun events which engage the community and help to fund our projects. Our ladies know how to come together to to make “A Splash in our Community” because they embody the volunteer spirit. 

Club meetings are held the first Tuesday morning of each month September through May. We have at least one social event quarterly where our members have the opportunity to just socialize and enjoy each other’s company. 

We would love to have you join us.  Click on the JOIN US tab or CONTACT US for further information about Chapin Woman’s Club membership, our projects or fundraisers.

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