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Foundation Activities

WUCF Contributions

The Women's University Club of Seattle Foundation (WUCF) contributes to the greater Seattle community in many ways. For details about our recent activities, read our 2022 Annual Report here.

The Community Education and Outreach Council awards grants to music programs in our public schools, recognizes women of excellence in our community, raises funds annually for a Holiday Charity, participates in other forms of charitable outreach, and offers educational programs to the public at no charge.


The Historic Landmark Preservation Council preserves the exterior of our historic landmark building at Sixth and Spring.


The Scholarship Awards Council awards scholarships to graduating high school senior women, women in transition, and a WUC employee.


Foundation Public Programs


  • Ellen Stewart Blom Memorial Lecture
    Friday, October 21, 2022
  • New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George will speak at the WUC by invitation of the Foundation. She will introduce her newest novel Something to Hide featuring Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers.

    7:15 pm Free Public Event with Q&A and book signing to follow.

    Registration required. To register, email [email protected], subject line E.George talk, indicate that you will attend the 10/21 WUCF Blom Lecture, and provide your name, and the names of any guests you will bring.




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