The Temecula Valley Woman's Club is part of an International organization dedicated to the improvement of the educational, ethical and cultural life of the community through volunteer service.

President's Message

In 1980, a small group of energetic, community and service-oriented women met and founded the Temecula Valley Woman’s Club.  With a membership of only 10, the TVWC was chartered as a California Federated Women’s Club and a General Federation of Women’s Club, then became a 501(c)3 corporation in 1981.  Today the Club’s membership has over 150 women, committed to their original and still relevant intent to “improve the educational, moral, and cultural life of the community.”

Juanita Brown, 2017  TVWC President
“No act of kindness is ever wasted.”

Testimonials

Testimonials

"Michelle's Place is so grateful for the support of the Temecula Valley Woman's Club. They are the hardest working, committed and fearless women I know. There is no task or need they can't fulfill. Through their women's health committee, they have provided our organization with hours of volunteer time, food, financial support, blood, sweat and tears! And, always with a smile! We are fortunate to have these fearless ladies in our community! I am proud to work with them and grateful for their ongoing support."

"Animal Friends of the Valleys (AFV) has had the most wonderful partnership with the Temecula Valley Woman's Club (TVWC) since early 2000. The partnership we share is invaluable to AFV. The Animal Advocates Committee has helped our non-profit organization tremendously over the years.

They have purchased many items that were needed at the shelter. When our old vacuum broke they purchased a new commercial grade vacuum for the shelter. The Animal Advocates Committee purchased AFV a video camera to be used at our events and for our animal cruelty cases for documentation purposes. The committee purchased AFV a PA system that is used to this day at all of our special events. They have donated money for humane education programs. They have sponsored children that are less fortunate or have a disability so they could attend AFV's Kids Camp. They have donated other items and made significant monetary donations to AFV. They have shown up in force to meetings that we requested attendance at and have spoken on behalf of AFV."

"The Temecula Valley Women's Club and their Animal Advocates Committee has been an integral part of Villa Chardonnay Animal Sanctuary for nearly 5 year. Beyond just a wonderful organization, the TVWC has helped us grow and become the largest equine and animal sanctuary in Southern California. Jeanette Marie Bassi has been instrumental for us and a key support person for all of us at Villa. She is a wonderful organizer and has been amazing to help spread the word regarding our mission.

Not only does the Animal Advocates Committee support us with donations, but equally important is supporting us during our fundraising events by joining us at the events and inviting others. We have become friends with many of the ladies and they have also become benefactors. The TVWC is an outstanding community organization and they have become comrades when caring for so many animals in need in our community. We are most grateful for their friendship and support!"

Visit to Serenity Garden

By Kim O'Brien | July 6, 2017

The Temecula Valley Woman’s Club was invited to a reception at Rancho Damacitas.  Rancho Damacitas is a group foster home in Temecula.  The Club has been assisting Rancho Damacitas for many years.  Through the Club’s Celebrating Children Committee, they have been providing “Just 4 Me” bags for children just coming into the foster care system,…

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Conservation Committee – March Activities

By Kim O'Brien | May 1, 2017

Urban Walk – Harveston March 3, 2017 After about an hour’s walk  – with some walkers doing two or even three laps, we were able to use the Harveston Clubhouse patio (thanks to arrangements made by Harveston homeowner, Annette Beck) for refreshments and information sharing. Thank you to Elle Ross for some of these Harveston…

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Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve

By Kim O'Brien | November 29, 2016

On October 7th the Conservation Committee members were treated to a special field trip led by Pablo Bryant, Reserve Director from the San Diego State University Field Office who gave an overview of the purpose and ongoing work on the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve (SME) Access to the reserve where animal habitat is studied, especially…

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A Great Oak

By Carol Rosingana | August 18, 2016

An ancient matriarch that was a sapling perhaps as far back as the dark ages lives on the Pechanga reservation and is between 1000 and 1500 years old.   Raymond Basquez, Pechanga councilman, gave tours to members of Temecula Valley Woman’s Club on April 15th and May 27th.  The tour included an overview of the…

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