Who We Are:
- CFUW was founded in 1919. It is a National Organization of over 8,000 women in Canada whose members support equality, social justice, fellowship and lifelong learning for women and girls.
- CFUW Oakville was established in 1949.
What We Do:
- Explore a variety of interest groups with like minded women
- Listen to dynamic speakers at monthly meetings
- Expand our knowledge to advocate on current issues
- Support students through a Scholarship Fund
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Denise Davy is a nationally recognized journalist and author of “Her Name was Margaret – Life and Death on the Streets.” She specializes in writing about mental health, homelessness and gender issues.
Applications for 2023 will be available in January 2023. -Press Release- CFUW-Oakville announces Scholarship Winners: $27,500 for 2022
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