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The YWCA offers women opportunities to grow, socialize, make new friends, access resources and develop community leadership skills. Member support and charitable contributions enable the YWCA to provide programs that transform the lives of women in lower Fairfield County who are struggling to raise healthy children, take control of their life circumstances, and achieve financial security.
- Runs from July 1, 2012- June 30, 2013; Join now and your membership will expire June 30, 2013
- Provides access to all activities and clubs
- Supports vital community service programs
- Is 100% tax-deductible
- Membership is for every woman, everywhere. We welcome you to become a member if you live in Darien, Norwalk or any community, anywhere.
CLUBS AND NETWORKS
Make the most of your Membership by joining one or more of our clubs today!
Open to women who are new to the community or to the YWCA, the Newcomers Club is designed to help you quickly get settled and feel at home in your new community and make new friends through activities such as wine and cheese evenings, the Fall Beach Party, and social activities for women only or couples. Link to the resources you need. Membership in the Newcomers Club is limited to 3 years; continue your favorite activities after that as a general member. Additional fee of $15 per year
Open to YWCA members with international backgrounds or interests, this Club sponsors social and educational gatherings which provide cross-cultural experiences, and supports the unique needs of women who are coming or returning to the USA. International Club membership is open to all YWCA members. Additional fee of $10 per year
Working Moms Network
This group welcomes all working women, whether employed outside the home or consulting/freelance, who are either pregnant or already moms. The WMs Network has a monthly night out, its own book group, hosts weekend play dates and has an extrement popular ListServ to help members connect to each other and share information.
Also known as the "No Kids" Club, the Town Club welcomes women who live in the area and do not have children. There is a mix of social outings and get-togethers throughout the year.
Note: Because we are a 501(c)3 organization, memberships and club fees are non-refundable.