Welcome to the Winfield Junior Woman’s Club
For over 40 years we have been the Winfield Junior Woman’s Club —we care about our community and its future. We care about education, the safety of our children, our town, the parks and the people.
The Winfield Junior Woman’s Club will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to a college bound Winfield student..
The Winfield Junior Woman’s Club will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship in May, 2014. The scholarship is available to a high school senior who is a Winfield resident or resides within the Winfield postal area (60190).
The scholarship application is available here (please click here to download) WJWC Scholarship Application 2014.
The deadline for applications will be April 21, 2014. No exceptions will be made.
We will select our scholarship recipient and the winner notified in May. The recipient and their family will be invited to accept their award at our meeting in June, though participation in that meeting is optional.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Debra Tocco-Schulze at (630) 690-7170.
The Winfield Junior Woman’s Club takes pride in its ability to assist young members of our community in continuing their education. Thank you for your help in letting us continue to serve our community.
Throughout the years, the Club has supported the Winfield community and beyond with programs and monetary donations. The Winfield Junior Woman’s Club is a charitable organization. Over the past 10 years alone, the Club has donated over $110,000 to organizations ranging from the American Cancer Society to the YWCA. In the local community, the Club has made donations to the Winfield Garden Club, Winfield Historical Society, Winfield Chamber of Commerce, Winfield In Action, Winfield Public Library, Winfield School District 34, Relay for Life, People’s Resource Center, Winfield Criterium (kids bike parade), Winfield Prince and Princess Parade, College Scholarship to Winfield Area Student, and Central DuPage Hospital with a toy collection for its Pediatric Oncology/Hematology Department. Winfield residents have benefited from Snacks with Santa, Children’s Halloween Party/Scarecrow Fest, Winfield Road cleanup/Adopt-A-Highway, fundraisers, and the Club’s participation and contributor to the Winfield Good Old Days.
You may also visit us on facebook by clicking the link here at Winfield-Junior-Womans-Club and don’t forget to “Like” our page.
2013 Winfield Good Old Days© was a great weekend of fun in Winfield.
Did you miss the parade? No worries, you may view it here on the website and keep an eye out for our Honored Guest – Ronald McDonald!:
2012 Winfield Good Old Days© Parade. You may access our Photo Album of the 2012 Parade on our Facebook page. If you missed the 2012 parade you can view it here: