Our Impact In the Community
The Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club was founded in 1968 by women dedicated to improving the lives of others through volunteer service. Today our members continue to actively serve people living in the greater Conejo Valley area. United by a desire to be involved in our community, assist those in need, both financially and through service projects, we ignite motivation and inspire change.
Projects Serving the Community
Santa Comes to Westlake, Agoura and Beyond: Members of the Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club volunteer their time annually to this wonderful holiday event. Club members and their families take part in a food drive, whereby we collect and bag food to then deliver to local families in need. This is a festive event where other members of the community are invited to assist our club to make the day a success…including Santa himself!
Feed The Hungry: Members of the Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club are committed to personally serving the hungry in our community. Once a month, from December through March, members participate in the Lutheran Social Services - Conejo Valley for the Homeless program by cooking and serving a hot meal to approximately 75 children and adults.
In addition to the aforementioned programs, we are always striving toward serving our community in new ways. We have provided financial assistance, donations of goods, and/or volunteers to the following organizations: The Wellness Community, Hospice of Conejo, Many Mansions, Child Development Center, Foodshare, Interface Children Family Services, YMCA, Cancer Hope Foundation, Ride On Therapeutic, Lighthouse Women & Children’s Mission and the Conejo Free Clinic.
The Westlake Village Junior Women's Club is a non-profit organization (tax id#23-7011159) affiliated with the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Membership is open to all women from the greater Conejo Valley area.
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