The Roswell Woman’s Club has a longstanding history of meaningful contributions to Roswell, Georgia as well as many other communities. Formed in 1938, Mrs. Granger Haskell served as the club’s first president. Since, the Roswell Woman’s Club has engaged in exciting events, including spearheading efforts to preserve Roswell, serving as active participants in local and national politics, and much more.
Objectives of the Roswell Woman’s Club include:
- To study topics of general interest to the members.
- To carry out projects of civic-social improvements
- To promote good fellowship among the members
It’s mission is:
The Roswell Woman’s Club is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit service organization whose common interest is to support our community in the areas of educational scholarships and grants, human services, cultural arts, historical preservation, and urban improvement. Our dedicated membership accomplishes this through hands-on involvement, volunteerism in the community and monetary contributions through fund raising.
And its vision:
We strive to cultivate friendships, foster personal growth and enrich the lives of others.
Through events such as the Roswell Woman’s Club HOMES of Distinction Tour by Thrive Homes, this dedicated group of women continue to contribute to the lives of countless individuals throughout the Roswell, Georgia area and beyond.