We are a local organization offering volunteer opportunities for service oriented women. MPWC members include teachers, business owners, professionals, homemakers and retirees. Although there is a considerable diversity in their ages, interest, and experience, these women are united by a dedication to community improvement through volunteer service.
We meet monthly, September through May at Black Bear Golf Club in Parker. Guests are always welcome to attend. For further information please click on the "meetings" link at left.
For the latest activities and functions, check out the upcoming link to the left.
Mountain Pine Woman’s Club received its certificate of membership from the Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs on January 25th, 1985 and thus began its affiliation with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. GFWC is the world’s largest and oldest women’s volunteer organization.
Through 8,000 clubs world side, GFWC members perform community service in six areas: the Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International affairs, and Public Affairs.
Their purpose of this club is the promotion of intellectual, educational, charitable, social and civic improvements, and participation in the programs of the General Federation and Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. The club is a 501(c)(3), Non-sectarian and non partisan organization.
Service Projects sponsored by MPWC
College and GED scholarships
Mission Schools in the Dominican Republic
Minnie L. Harding Educational Loan Fund
Parker Fieldhouse Youth Scholarships
Pace Center Scholarship
Parker Task Force
Toys for Tots
Vision Trust International
March: Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner
June: Annual Card Party and luncheon
November: Ye Olde Yuletide Bazaar