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CFUW K-W has recognized and encouraged educational excellence by offering scholarships and awards at the secondary and post-secondary levels in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region, and nationally since 1964.
The revenue from our Annual Book Sale contributes to the more than $400,000 that we have awarded to local women and girls since 1991.
CFUW Mississauga Issues Group – Fundraiser for TEMBO
In support of educational opportunities for Tanzanian girls
Shop at our Tanzanian marketplace for colourful, genuine items
Guest Speakers on TEMBO’S work on behalf of girls
“High Tea” at Lionhead Golf and Country Club
Fashions by Lady Sophisticate, 2023 Avenue Road, Toronto
This show is a ‘SELL OUT’ every year and no tickets are sold at the door.
Tickets can be ordered by calling Nancy Moon at (905) 457-9035
by sending a cheque payable to CFUW Brampton to
Nancy Moon, 5 Frederick Street, Brampton L6Y 1G3
All proceeds from this event go to scholarships for female students graduating from every Brampton high school (Public and Catholic boards).
Check into the lavish Grand Hotel, where the lives of ten hotel guests collide over one unforgettable night. Love. Betrayal, Jealousy. Murder.Find out more »
Joy Kogawa, a decorated Canadian author, will speak about her life and read excerpts from her recent memoir, Gently to Nagasaki, about coming to terms with her father’s abuses of power as an Anglican priest. Born in Vancouver, B.C., to first-generation Japanese Canadians, Kogawa experienced life in the Slocan internment camp during World War II. She is best known for Obasan, a semi-autobiographical novel which won numerous awards and was adapted as a children’s book, Naomi’s Road, later made into an opera. Kogawa was awarded the Order of Canada (1986), the Order of British Columbia (2006) and the Order of the Rising Sun (2010) for her contribution to the understanding and preservation of Japanese Canadian history.Find out more »
Dr Imogen R. Coe - “Embedding Equity, Delivering Diversity, Saving Science”
Dr. Coe has written and spoken extensively on the issue of equity, diversity and inclusion in STEM in Canada, nationally and internationally and is a sought-after speaker and advisor in this area. She is the Dean of the Faculty of Science Ryerson University and Affiliate Scientist in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, Keenan Research Centre at St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto. She is a cell biologist whose research focuses on the basic biology of a class of drug transport proteins and their roles in clinical settings. In the fall of 2016, she was recognized by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) as one of Canada's Top 100 Women, in the Trailblazer category, for her advocacy work in promoting equity in STEM.
CFUW Georgetown's 47th Annual Used Book and Toy Sale. Proceeds go to scholarships for first-year post-secondary students who are residents of Halton Hills.Find out more »
CFUW Sudbury will be hosting its 23rd Celebrate Women event on June 13th and the speaker is Dr. Danielle Martin, who will be talking about her book "Better Now, Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for all Canadians". You might remember hearing about Dr. Martin as she was in the news about a year ago when Bernie Saunders brought her to speak to the House of Representatives in the US. She proved to be a very unflappable speaker.Find out more »
CFUW Kincardine cordially invites you to attend our June Speaker Event featuring Dr. Andrea O’Reilly speaking on the Changing Role Of Motherhood. I have had the pleasure of hearing Dr. O’Reilly speak on this subject a couple of years ago. She makes this topic interesting and informative. She helps to clarify the Role of Motherhood as she takes the audience through moments of the history of Motherhood to present day.
Please see the attached detailed poster to invite Members and Mom’s within your organization.