Join us today to:
- make new friends
- enjoy monthly programs and interest groups
- support opportunity and equity for women and girls through education, research, advocacy, philanthropy
We serve women in San Carlos, Redwood City, Belmont, Atherton, Menlo Park, East Palo Alto, Portola Valley, and Woodside. Membership is open to anyone with an Associate or higher degree or RN. For more information, call (650) 592-5822; or e-mail us at: email@example.com.
JOIN US AT OUR NEXT GENERAL MEETING:
DATE AND LOCATION CHANGE!!
New Date: Saturday, February 22, 2020
2 pm – 4 pm
New Location: Redwood City Downtown Library
1044 Middlefield Rd., Redwood City, 94063
Founder of the
Domini Hoskins Black History Museum
Meet our local Belmont resident to learn how she created this
museum to educate and inform our communities about black history.
*The meeting space is provided as a community service by the City of Redwood City. The City neither sponsors nor endorses this event nor the presenting individual or organization.
Open to the Public, Free
Save these dates for future programs:
Saturday, March 14, 10:30 am — Climate Activist Shelley Silbert of Great Old Broads for Wilderness
Saturday, April 4, 11:30 am — Fund Luncheon. Sign up by March 31.
April 17-19 — AAUW CA State Convention, Burlingame. Deadline to sign up is April 10.
JANUARY 11, 2020
A New Way to Treat Those with Mental Illness
What is Happening to Victims of Human Trafficking?
Hear the latest on two very important topics: mental illness and human trafficking.
Juliana Fuerbringen, Board President of the California Clubhouse,
tells how opportunities for friendship, employment, housing, education and access to medical care in a single location make a difference for those with mental problems.
Human Trafficking Coordinator for San Mateo County Pam Estes speaks on the victims right here in our community and the collaborative efforts of agencies to assist them.
NOVEMBER 2, 2019
“Life Afterwards: The Holocaust seen through the eyes of survivor’s son,” with author Dr. Michael Arend
Michal Arend will speak about the lives and experiences of his parents before, during and after their torture in concentration camps, and also about what he and his sister went through themselves as survivors ́son and daughter, not only affected by the Holocaust but also by other reversals, shadows and crisis periods of the new Czech and European history. The specific perspective narrative from the point of view of the second-generation member is the main feature which make this lecture different from other educational initiatives and offers.
His lecture in Redwood City will be the first one outside of Europe and also the first one in English language.
OCTOBER 19, 2019
“Four Friends of AAUW:
Past Assistance; Future Needs”
WIRE for Women
Healthy Cities Tutoring
The Grateful Garment Project
SEPTEMBER 21, 2019
Inspiring Leaders, Tech Trek 2019