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Who We Are

CFUW Perth & District offers a forum for women to meet for camaraderie, intellectual curiosity, involvement and service to the community.

We are a vibrant, welcoming group of more than 170 women of all disciplines and ages, meeting to hear monthly guest speakers, and in 33+ special interest groups to share activities, friendship and fun.


Membership is open to all who identify as women and who share our vision.

Our club was formed in 1970, and in 2020 celebrated  50 years of working to promote education, human rights, environmental stewardship, and social justice. its 50th anniversary in 2020. 


Our Vision

We promote high quality education; gender, ethnic and social equality; social justice and peace; fellowship; and life-long learning for women and girls, locally, nationally and globally.

What We Do

Speaker Meetings

Meetings are held monthly September to May, and include guest speaker presentations. Topics are diverse, current, educational and thought-provoking.

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Interest Groups

Groups get together—weekly, bi-weekly or montly—for activity, socializing and learning – from hiking, biking, book clubs and outings to piano, French conversation, dinner groups and games.

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All members have the opportunity to join the Advocacy Committee. We use our experience, enthusiasm and expertise to bring about positive change.

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Education Awards

We fundraise every year to provide annual scholarships to local students at the secondary and post-secondary education level.

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The C.A.R.E Crew

Your C.A.R.E. Crew (Compassion, Assistance, Response and Empathy) is comprised of 6 CFUW members who are here to help!

They established themselves two and a half years ago to serve the immediate needs of CFUW Perth & District women who find themselves in need of short-term assistance (meals, a ride to medical treatments, companionship, a hospital visit) due to illness, the death of a spouse or child, an accident, or another personal crisis.


An initial phone call ensures they want or need support, and helps clarify the need. We send get well cards, in the case of recovery from illness or treatment for cancer, for example, and Sympathy cards when appropriate.

Members are asked to let the C.A.R.E. Crew know of anyone in the club experiencing a difficulty, illness or a death and who may need immediate help. We do not provide hands-on care, but can refer to Community Support agencies in the area who may be able to help, like the Civitan Club for medical devices (walkers, wheelchairs).


Find out who we are here. We are here for our valued members, so please reach out if you need us.

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