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Women's Community League of Weston
Building Community Since 1919

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"Bags of Cheer" to Weston Seniors

Our Mission


The Women’s Community League is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide
social, philanthropic and educational benefits to the Weston community.

WCL Book Club

Join our Book Group meeting on February 17, 2020. Please remember to register for the meeting and remember to order your book!

The meeting will be held via Zoom and the login link will be sent to registered participants shortly before meeting.
"Irresistible ... an intergenerational epic of race and reinvention, love and inheritance, divisions made and crossed, binding trauma, and the ever-present past." —Booklist, STARRED Review

Speaker Series:  New Year, New You


How to make your skin look and feel it’s best when the masks finally come off for good. A discussion about injectables (fillers and neuromodulators), laser therapy, and anti-aging skincare will be presented by Board Certified Dermatologists, Emily Wise, MD and Caren Droesch, MD, from DermWellesley on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 @ 7:00 PM.  
Do you have any questions for our presenters? Email them in advance to
The presentation will be held via Zoom and the login link will be sent to registered participants shortly before meeting.

Chef's Night - "Mezze - Savory and Sweet" 

Thursday. Jan. 21st @ 7:30 
Chef's Night Featuring our own Gina Hajjar

Join Gina Hajjar to learn how she creates and plates wonderful Mezze - an assortment of Mediterranean finger foods, both savory and sweet. She will share some of her Lebanese mother-in-law's recipes and customs, while adding her own entertaining flair. Relax with your beverage of choice and join via Zoom on January 21 at 7:30 pm. This is another free event for WCL members, but please register to receive the Zoom link. 


Thursday, February 11th @ 7:30pm

Strengthen your connections to other women in town. Use your passion and purpose in your community.

here to RENEW your membership today!

Click here to JOIN today!

Council on Aging Pantry Food Drive

The COA is the heart and soul of Weston's elderly community. This February we are supporting the COA food pantry. It is a wonderful way to support our community, in times of need. There are around 100 visits to the pantry each year which can be a lifeline to many residents, who are having monthly fixed income struggles or who experience a sudden change in circumstance such as an unexpected job loss. 

You can donate in the following ways:

  • Check donations: can be mailed to or dropped off at: Weston COA, 20 Alphabet Lane, Weston, MA 02493 (please note food pantry donations are from WCL)
  • Grocery gift cards: purchase a $25 gift card from Market Basket, Hannafords or Stop & Shop and mail it to or drop it off at the Weston COA; use this link to sign up
  • Shopping yourself: sign-up for the supplies using this link and drop off directly to COA

Questions? Contact Adrian Proll, WCL Service/Outreach Chair, at

Thank you for your ongoing support of WCL's philanthropic endeavors. We are all in this together so let's make a difference!

WCL also supports: REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, Dignity Matters, the Greater Boston Food Bank, and the Weston Cares Fund

In the News ...   

November 5, 2020 (Print ed.)

The Women’s Community League of Weston (WCL) has not let the pandemic slow the group’s social activities nor dampen its commitment to philanthropy and service. Members of the WCL are more committed than ever to their mission of providing social, philanthropic and educational benefits to the Weston community. The organization’s overarching theme this year is “Connect and Give Back.”

Read more ...

100 Years of Commitment and Service to the Weston Community

WCL delivers in challenging times…
  • In 1925 a milk program was established for needy children in the public schools
  • This was followed by support for a hot lunch program in 1929
  • WCL awarded its first academic scholarship of $150 in 1930 
  • In 1939 members sewed and knitted garments for refugees
  • A $3000 Welfare Fund in 1940 was not insignificant given the average price of a home at the time was $2600 
  • In 1942 the Clothing Exchange began and remained robust through 2018
  • A War Scholarship Fund for Nurses in 1945 was right for the times
  • Events of 2001 prompted contribution to the American Red Cross Disaster Fund
  • Hurricane Relief funds were granted in 2011

And in better times WCL is always there for the community…

  • In 1976 WCL contributed $65K for building improvements at the Josiah Smith Tavern
  • In 1984 it funded the $20K kitchen renovation in the Barn
  • Further landscape and building improvements of $17K were made in 1987
  • Over $35K was given by WCL to help build the Weston Public Library in 1989
  • Academic scholarships have been awarded every year since 1930
  • In 2018 the Winter Festival was created to bring the community together 
  • Total scholarship and community project contribution by WCL over time exceeds $1.3 million

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