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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. 

Pacific Palisades Woman's Club

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

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Upcoming Events

  • Ladies Night Out - Vittorios
    Vittorio Ristorante & Pizzeria
    Nov 02, 6:30 PM
    Vittorio Ristorante & Pizzeria, 16646 Marquez Ave, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272, USA
    Join us for an amazing family owned Southern Italian meal at Vittorio Ristorante & Pizzeria. We can accommodate 14. Please RSVP so we have an accurate count for the restaurant. Look forward to seeing you there!
  • PPWC Private Holiday Boutique
    El Medio Bluffs-address will be sent to you
    Nov 13, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM PST
    El Medio Bluffs-address will be sent to you
    Start your holiday shopping now! Not Too Shabby (one of our wonderful Boutique vendors) has set up a private holiday shopping day at her home for our members. You are welcome to bring a guest. This is a private home event and there will be space to socialize outside, shop inside.

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.

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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 2020, the PPWC has set aside $20,000 for distribution to qualifying organizations.


Clubhouse Rentals

PPWC understands the importance of non-profits having a dedicated space to conduct activities benefitting the community. For this reason, the PPWC offers use of the PPWC Clubhouse facility at greatly reduced or waived rental rates to qualified non-profits and community-based organizations.


Service Projects

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”.


2021-2021 Board Members

Top Row, L-R:  Emily Scheid, Cindy Leuty Jones, Jennifer Jones-Church, Fay Vahdani, Robin Weitz, Nancy Niles

Bottom Row, L-R: Virginia "Gina" Jakel, Linda Andrews, Maureen Roth, Kathleen Later, Dorothy Richards, Judith Hatchett
The PPWC Clubhouse is rented out through December 14, 2021. If you are looking for a 12-Step Meeting, call Central Office (AA): 323-963-4343.