News and Notes

BWC Little Dresses arrive in the Dominican Republic Pillowcase dresses made at a BWC Sew-Fest have been delivered to needy children in the Dominican Republic (shown here), Kenya, and Guatemala.  See the article in the GFWC-NC ClubWoman magazine! The next SewFest is scheduled for April 20th.

Club members at the Linville Falls classroom on the Blue Ridge Parkway
Club members recently visited the "Parkway as Classroom" shelter on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Clubs all over North Carolina contributed to making this project a reality.

BWC presented a special donation BWC presented a check for $15,000 to help the Alamance Children's Museum get started. 

Community Projects

Although we do enjoy getting together, BWC is primarily a service organization, NOT a social club.   Club members work together and with other organizations in Alamance County, North Carolina, and throughout the nation to make our communities a better place.   We have a special interest in the well-being of children, who are our future, and all those who are least able to help themselves.  

The club is organized into six Community Service Program areas, representing areas of focus in the community.   Some of the community groups we support in those areas are listed below.   Note that links will open in a separate window.

The Arts

Pathway to Freedom at Snow Camp Outdoor Theater

A Student Arts Festival is held at Holly Hill Mall each January.
Students compete in a number of visual arts categories and photography. 
Winning entries will compete at the District level and winners there will compete at the State Arts Festival!


Adopt-A-Highway sign on Front Street

HSAC logo


Alamance Reads

Books for Babies logo



Home Life

a turkey dinner on wheels

Allied Churches

International Outreach

Full Belly Project

Women for Women International logo

Public Issues

BWC receives flag

As a part of GFWC - the General Federation of Women's Clubs - we are united with women throughout our state, our country, and internationally.   In 2008, GFWC clubwomen volunteered nearly 7 million hours and donated more than $38 million on behalf of 100,000 projects.