CFUW National Newsletter

CFUW National has released the October Club Action News letter:

Click on the link below to read about –

  • October 24, 2018 Webinar – Child Care Now
  • Person’s Day 2018
  • The Alice E Wilson plaque
  • President Grace Hollett’s visit to the National Office
  • How to participate in the consultation on the ban of handguns
  • 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

and more Club News

October 18 2018 CFUW National Club Action Newsletter


Advocacy Survey Report

advocacyLast year CFUW undertook a survey about CFUW/UWC club’s advocacy work locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. After several months of compilation, the results are now in! Consult the survey report to find out more about clubs’ interest and work on advocacy issues!


CFUW 2018 Advocacy Survey Report

Body Brave – Transforming Illness Experience into Social Action

Please join us October 16, 2018 @ 7 pm at the Sackville Hill Rec Centre, 780 Upper Wentworth Street Hamilton Ontario


Our topic for the evening is Body Brave: Transforming Illness Experience into Social Action.

Body Brave  is a local not-for-profit founded by Dr.Karen Trollope-Kumar and her daughter Sonia Kumar to provide support and advocacy for people struggling with eating disorders. Learn how they transformed a difficult personal journey into helping others facing similar struggles.



The meeting is free and open to the public. You can click on the link below to view the complete listing of our public speaker programme

CFUWSpeaker Series2018-19-final



Charitable Trust

fc737cf5-d18f-41af-bc28-6a4401147709The CFUW Charitable Trust is presenting a Webinar on Saturday, October 13th, at 1:30pm EDT for a special presentation on the experiences of Indigenous Women in the pursuit of post-secondary education.

This webinar is offered to members in lieu of the CFUW Charitable Trust fundraising event at an AGM. The webinar is free. However donations are always appreciated.

For details please click on the link below:

Women & Education: Indigenous Experiences