​​Woman's Club of Cypress

" Women Get the Job Done!" - Colleen Janssen, WCCypress President


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About Us


In the dynamic climate of February 1966, when the City of Cypress was fast emerging from the image of a small, rural dairy city, neighborhood women responded to an invitation to a local meeting.  The existing junior woman's club called this meeting to unite women who were interested in cultural, educational, civic, and social welfare activities.

The Woman's Club of Cypress (WCC) thus came to be federated and organized March 7, 1966, and incorporated October 16, 1972.  WCC is a member of General Federation of Women's Clubs, California Federation of Women's Clubs, and CFWC Orange District. 

Since its inception, WCC has promoted federation goals through dedication to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.  Today, WCC is nearly 80 women strong, and we remain committed to service as we extend our reach in the community.
 

Each one of its has the opportunity to make a difference in our community with the things we say and do.  Chose to do one thing each day that brightens someone else's day.  Send a card, make a call, volunteer to help.  I promise your heart will feel full when you fill someone else's with care and concern.  It's a small goal, but a  mighty one.


             Colleen Janssen, President

          Woman's Club of Cypress




  • Some of Our Philanthropic Projects

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  • Crime Survivors
  • Veterans
  • Precious Life Shelter
  • Interval House Domestic Violence Shelter
  • HOPE (Helping Other People Even Day)
  • ​Seal Beach Animal Shelter
  • Orangewood Children's Center
  • Los Alamitos Medical Center Auxiliary
  • Scholarships for Local High School Students