Are you or do you know someone in the Pacific Palisades that is 90 years old or older? CLICK HERE to fill out a form to receive an invitation to the PPWC's 90th Birthday Club Celebration tentatively scheduled for May 2024.
Pacific Palisades Woman's Club
Serving our community since 1925
The PPWC is a non-profit organization that has been dedicated to the enhancement and quality of life in the Palisades through education, recreation, beautification, community service and charitable cause.
- Mar 05, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PMPacific Palisades Woman's Club, 901 Haverford Ave, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272, USAGuest Speaker: Dr. Alexandra Dubinskaya. "Graceful Aging: Navigating Menopause, Pelvic Health and Sexual Wellness'. Hospitality assigned to N-Z. Note the meeting is at 7pm as there is a rental at the Clubhouse until 6:30pm and we need time to set up after they leave.
- Mar 27, 2024, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PMPPWC Clubhouse , 901 Haverford Ave, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272, USAThe American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at the PPWC. Make an appointment on the their website. All blood donations are by appointment. Blood is really needed now more than ever, and we are fulfilling a great demand!
Friendship, Fun, Philanthropy
Our major activities raise funds to support worthy causes in Pacific Palisades, provide needed services to seniors, children and others, and give us an opportunity to build lifelong friendships.
Over the years, the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club has granted more than $1,000,000 through its philanthropic efforts to over 30 Pacific Palisades charitable organizations. In 2023, the PPWC set aside more than $18,000 for distribution to qualifying organizations.
PPWC understands the importance of nonprofits having a dedicated space to conduct activities benefitting the community. For this reason, the PPWC Clubhouse facility is available to rent to to qualified nonprofits and community based organizations.
Since our founding in 1925, the members of PPWC have actively sought to fill the needs of the community. From the Tetanus and Polio Clinics, Shut-In Visits and Meal Kitchens of yesteryear to our current service projects, we were and continue to be the “Heart of the Community”.