Our Projects


Education: 2015 Education Report


Advocates for Children: 2015 Advocates Report


Conservation/Ecology:2015 Conservation Report

  • Penny Pines (Plant A Tree) is a favorite charity of the club.  We collect cash in jars at each meeting and when there is enough to reforest an acre, a check is sent to the Agriculture Department. To date the club has reforested nineteen acres. (Penny Pines Reforestation Program Website)
  • Xeriscaping the Clubhouse's front lawn and providing water-saving succulents.

  • We are in the midst of an extensive clubhouse renovation project.  We have replaced the roof.  We have upgraded the sound system in the main hall.  We still need repairs to the floors and electrical system.  We also are looking for grants to help with painting the outside of the building.


Home Life: 2015 HomeLife Report

  • Support to the Ventura County Museum
  • Support to the St. Johns Pleasant Valley Hospice
  • Support to the Somis Food Pantry
  • WOW for U2 (Women Out Walking for You Too)


Public Issues: 2015 Public Issues Report


International Outreach: 2015 International Outreach Report (2015 International Outreach Partnerships)


Fund Raising: 2015 Fundraising Report

  • We participate in the Tierra Adorada District's November Boutique
  • We hold several Boutiques at our clubhouse during general meetings


The Arts: 2015 Arts Report

  • Our Clubhouse is rented by three groups of dancers for their programs and a church.
  • We have Singers, Dancers, Speakers and Craft Artists come to our monthly meetings to talk to members.
  • Tierra Adorada District (TAD) Fine Arts Festival



In 2015 club members donated over 13,430 hours, $26,020 and

$24,080 in In-Kind-Donations to the community.