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Philanthropy and Community Service 
The door to the human heart can be opened only from the inside.

Through philanthropy projects and funding scholarships, the Arlington Woman's Club has donated to local organizations that support social and civic concerns in the community for sixty-five years.


Chairperson: Sally Cabanski

AWC proudly supports many local charities and citizens in need.

All AWC members are encouraged to become a partner in this proud tradition. 


  • Arlington Life Shelter -Toiletries (ongoing)

  • Open Arms Health Clinic - Meals for their volunteers 

                      1st Tuesday of each month

  • Sock-It-To-Me: socks for the Arlington Life Shelter, 

  • Heritage and Greenbrier (formerly Oakwood) nursing homes. 

                      September to November

  • Sock-it-to-Me - Socks for Life Shelter, 

  • Greenbriar and Heritage Oaks Nursing Center Underwear (all ages)

  • Arlington Life Shelter

  • Angel Tree - Holiday Gifts for Greenbriar Nursing Center

  • Spring Fling - Bagging snacks for New Day to distribute to 

                       area school children during Spring Break 

  • CWJC - Spring Clothing Drive

Help us maintain our 501c3 by turning in your volunteer hours.

AWC Giving Circles
The purpose of the Giving Circle is to help fund AWC scholarships.
Each member of the Giving Circle pledges $50.00 per year.
Donations to the fund are tax deductible.
Join a Giving Circle and support AWC’s outstanding scholarship winners.
Giving Circle leaders would welcome your contributions.
Please contact any of the members below and add
your contribution to this
successful and much needed program.
Lynn Binion       Barbara Castano        Judy Duke 
           Sandy Tribble     Linda Lummus
How You Can Help


Help AWC every time you shop at Tom Thumb grocery store, at no cost to you.
They will donate up to 3% of your total grocery bill to AWC each time you check-out.
Tom Thumb/Safeway
Please ask at service desk to link your reward card to AWC, charity #800

Support AWC on North Texas Giving Day, beginning Sept 1, 2022.  

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