About Our Club

P.O. Box 1515 Manteca 95336, California
MFWC welcomes all who are interested in our club and volunteering to help make our community a better place to live. Criteria for membership is to be at least 18 years of age, have an eagerness to serve our community and pay annual dues.

MFWC History

The Manteca Federated Women's Club (MFWC) was organized by Clarese Anderson in June of 1967 and Federated by the California Federation of Women's Clubs (CFWC) in July of 1967. California was the thirty-seventh state to join the General Federation of Women's Clubs International (GFWC) in May of 1900.

"Strength United is Stronger"
Was chosen as the motto and still holds true today as the clubs working together make a difference throughout the world. Our members continue to serve the diverse needs of our community and country.

G.F.W.C. is the largest and oldest nondenominational, non partisan, international service organization of volunteer women in the world. In 46 countries the programs and community services that GFWC has sponsored help dispel the myth that women's clubs exist solely for their own interests. We have proven that under the umbrella of leadership and a call to action, women volunteers can and do make a difference where it counts.

The Manteca Federated Women through fundraising and service projects, take an active leadership role for the preservation of our country's resources, provide educational advantages for the youth of our community as well as its members, promote participation in the arts and encourage young talent.