Join our many members dedicated to strengthening their communities and personal friendships while enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
Fun and Fundraising
From Calexico to Beaumont, Desert Springs to CoronaOur District includes 17 of the most dynamic Women's Service Clubs in the country. If you are a member of one of our clubs, you will find valuable information here regarding District, State and General Federation of Women's Clubs programs and events. If you are not a member, we invite you to visit one of our clubs nearest you.Check out our membership page
Offering volunteer opportunities in a multitude of areas including Animal Advocacy , Children’s Programs, Scholarships, Library Support, Penny Pines Go Green, Military Support, and support of the Arts
All Aboard De Anza District…Destination CFWC Where will the CFWC tracks lead members ready to roll along on our adventure? Everyone join in for the fun as we unite all members for the betterment of our communities.As we travel down the tracks I would like all members to add Calicinto Ranch Boys & Girls of Prisoners Foundation, De Anza District’s 2014-2016 project, to our train. Our project’s goal is to make a difference in the lives of the most at-risk children, Boys and Girls of Prisoners, by providing the “life changing experience” of camp at the Ranch.Statistics tell us children of prisoners are 70% more likely to follow their parents’ footsteps and end up in prison themselves. Calicinto Ranch with our help and many others is intervening to break this terrible cycle of crime.Traveling together on this journey we can achieve great things.ALL ABOARD!Jeanette
There is always something happening in the district from reciprocity teas to major fundraising events including Flower Shows, Golf Tournaments, Galas, and Home Tours.The District hosts a Convention for all clubs’ members each year in April. Check out the calendar for upcoming events
Members of De Anza District enjoy Calicinto Ranch’s 1st Annual BBQA fundraiser to support summer camp forBoys and Girls of Prisoners,Rescuing Them From the Circle of CrimeYEEHAW!
The Club Information Form for reports is on the Reports page or Club Reports must be received by the District Chairmen no later than January 15, 2015District Chairmen, please visit the Reports page for your forms and “due dates”Check the CFWC website under Reportingfor other information
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Pictured at De Anza District Board Meeting January 12th , 2015: Jeanette Saulnier, Karen Gomez (LEADS Candidate) and Jean Lash. Jean, Leadership Chairman for the District, introduced Karen to the Board. Karen spoke on her background leading up to her selection as the LEADS Candidate for De Anza District.
The Statistical Form for Club Presidentsto fill out can be downloaded here