The Woman's Club of Concord empowers women to enhance lives and community.
Our membership enjoys developing new friendships, contributing through volunteer opportunities, exploring current public issues, and assisting young women with scholarship awards. Woman’s Club of Concord strives to carry on its mission as a positive influence in our community.
WCC Community Service Programs advocate:
- The Arts - Education
- Conservation - Home Life
- International Affairs - Public Affairs
Meet us at our monthly “First Friday Social” or a scheduled program.
The Woman’s Club of Concord invites you to join us!
The Woman's Club of Concord was founded in 1893 by Mrs. Lilian Carpenter Streeter. In 1894, WCC was one of the first local clubs to join the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Horace E. and Nellie Chamberlin built a Queen Anne Shingle Style home at 44 Pleasant Street from mail order plans in 1886. Nellie Chamberlin bequeathed Chamberlin House to the Woman's Club of Concord in 1919. Maintained by the Woman's Club of Concord, it serves as club house and a home for women - literally and figuratively – ever since. More History>>