Women for Evanston Youth's membership offers the opportunity to socialize with Evanston women who share an interest in supporting Evanston youth. The organization welcomes all Evanston women. New members are welcome at any time.
Women for Evanston Youth membership offers the opportunity to socialize with Evanston women who share an interest in supporting Evanston youth. Philanthropic efforts annually support organizations providing services to the youth of Evanston. Additionally, becoming a Board member allows more involvement in directing club activities.
All are welcome
The organization is open to ALL Evanston women. New members are welcome to join at any time of the year.
Some of our annual events include a spring luncheon, a spring/summer Scholarship Reception to honor our scholarship winners, festivities around the Evanston July 4th Parade, a fall cocktail party, and a holiday luncheon.
For first-year members, dues are $50. Membership renewals are $75.
From time to time, additional activities are planned by WEY, and all members are invited. These may include social get-togethers, community work, cultural activities, or other events. Annual events include:
May/June: Scholarship Reception to honor our scholarship winners.
July 4th Parade: As founders of the parade, we are proud to represent each year.
November: Fall Membership Cocktail Party (spouses, partners, friends, and those interested in exploring membership are invited)
December: Holiday Luncheon
April: Annual Meeting and Spring Luncheon. A lovely afternoon for members, guests and those interested in exploring membership.
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New members are always welcome.
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A philanthropic spirit
with a warm welcome
From one new member: "I had heard of [WEY} but really didn't know how embedded these women were in my community—from the 4th of July Parade to the gift to the YWCA [WEY] was a supporter. I had the chance to volunteer on a project and was impressed by the warmth and passion for our community's youth. Very nice to see a group of women come together around a cause and have fun, too."