In 1980, a small group of dedicated, community and service-oriented women met and founded the Temecula Valley Woman’s Club. TVWC was chartered as a California Federated Women’s Club and a General Federation of Women’s Club, becoming a 501(c)3 corporation in 1981.
Today with membership of over 130 women, we have contributed over 1.5 million hours of community service and $3 million dollars in community projects and educational scholarships. TVWC is committed to our original and still relevant mission to improve the educational, ethical, and cultural life of our community.
Wendy Bolduc, 2019 TVWC President
“Many Hands, One Heart”
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.
Local Historian, Steve Williamson, Temecula Valley Museum, shared the fascinating history of the Temecula Wine Country at our June General Meeting The Education Committee was the recipient of our June In-Kind Donations of books for grade school children who will be attending TVUSD Summer Academy Literacy Intervention Program. The generosity of our members will allow…Read More
Marigolds, Snap Dragons and Succulents were given to the attendees of the City of Temecula Community Services Department and Temecula Valley Woman’s Club Arbor Day observance where five trees were planted on the hill above the Duck Pond. This is the first full year that Temecula has been officially recognized as a Tree City USA…Read More
For the past 19 years, the organization, Peace Over Violence has run its Denim Day campaign on the last Wednesday in April to honor Sexual Violence Awareness Month. The campaign was originally triggered by a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim…Read More
PCT Hike Report A small group of brave women (and one man) from the Conservation Committee took a walk on the wild side on Friday, April 13, 2018. Starting at the Warner Springs Community Center, we walked about one mile on the world famous Pacific Crest Trail. . After our walk, we…Read More