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Groups of Interest to Women
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Open to all college graduates with bachelors degree or higher from
a regionally accredited college who are committed to equity for women.
Promotes equity for women, provides funds to advance education and research,
and has a suppot system for women seeking judicial
redress for sex discrimination. Membership (local, state, & national): For
Tallahassee information please go here.
Women's Political Caucus of Florida, Tallahassee Chapter Monthly meetings, second Tuesday of every month
at Andrew's Second Act, 12:00-1:00pm. Lunch by reservation only: RSVP
reservations to phone: (850)-915-6089 (voice mail). To join, call (850)-915-6089,
request application form or send annual dues to CWPC, P.O. Box 10824,
Tallahassee, FL 32302. New members welcome. Help change the world, make a differnce, and help women take their rightful place as
and Jill of America Involved in community projects such as:
Oratorical Contest, Christmas Adopt-a-Family Program, Black Family Day,
parenting workshops, monthly teen community service projects.
of Women Voters of Tallahassee A nonprofit organization that
monitors government, builds coalitions, speaks out on important issues and
conducts and moderates debates. Membership is open to all who want to join
their voices and energies in the cause of good government. For more
information contact: League of Women Voters, Lynda Russell, President,
LRussell@cbrokincorporated.com, or write: LWV, P.O. Box 10216, Tallahassee,
Council of Jewish Women A volunteer organization, inspired by
Jewish values, that works through a program of research, education, advocacy,
and community service to improve the quality of life for women, children and
families and strives to ensure individual rights and freedoms. New
memberships are $30. Contact: Rhea Schwartz, (850)386-7574..
Council of Negro Women Inc. Involved in community projects such
as: Men of Tomorrow, Young Women's Leadership Program, Women's History Month,
scholarships; contributes to The Shelter and Adopt-a-Family; sponsors
Hook-up of Black Women Involved in community projects such as:
"Save Our Black Child," "Saving Our Children: Helping Them
Face Life's Challenges," Adopt-a-Family; forums of welfare, affirmative
action and healthcare reform. Sponsors Gwen Cherry Scholarshhip
each year for students in Leon County; National chapter sponsors additional
scholarships. Membership (open to all): $50/year. For information, write:
P.O. Box 6647, Tallahassee, FL 32314. Contact: Dr. Shirley A.
Jones, 488-3364 (work).
Committed to bringing women into full participation in the mainstream of
American society NOW exercising full rights and responsibilities with men.
Membership is $35 Regular, $15-$34 Reduced (fixed income, student,
extenuating circumstanes). Contact: Tallahassee
NOW, P.O. Box 47, Tallahassee, FL 32302. Phone (message line):
Women's Forum, (Chamber of Commerce) A networking group. Lunch
meetings with program and speaker, 2nd Tuesday every other month, 11:30-1:00,
Leon County Civic Center. For information, call Tallahassee Chamber of