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Welcome to the
Canadian Federation of University Women
Perth and District CLUB


What’s Happening?

Seven impressive young women received Education awards to help them achieve their post-secondary education goals. Top row, left to right: Christina Reid, Nipissing University, Sociology and Commerce; Mikyla Daoust, Trent University, Forensic Science; Chloe Clair, Queens University, Concurrent Education. Bottom row, left to right: Amy Garrett, University of Toronto, Business Management – Co-op; Jade Parks, University of Toronto, Humanities;  Leighla Foster, Trent University, Gender and Social Justice; Makayla Whyte, Northern College, Veterinary Technician Wildlife Rehabilitation Specialist.


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About our organization

Established in 1919, CFUW is a non-partisan, voluntary, self-funded national organization with close to 100 Clubs. In 2020, CFUW Perth and District Club is celebrating its 50th year of good fellowship, advocacy and community service. Friendships are quickly formed through interest groups ranging from bridge to book clubs, hiking, languages and cuisine.

Fundraising efforts such as the annual Heritage Perth Christmas House Tour have raised over $225,000 in support of advanced education for local women as well as literacy and other educational initiatives in regional schools and libraries. Community service is achieved through committees such as Education, Literacy and the Arts, Environment and Social Justice. To further lifelong learning, there are invited speakers to address topics of public interest. Join us and you will come away with a more active social life and stronger ties to your community.


BEcome a member

CFUW membership is open to women interested in furthering the purposes of CFUW. CFUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization based on gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or class. All women are welcome, regardless of formal education.