El Segundo Woman's Club
Serving the Community Since 1922
The El Segundo Woman’s Club was incorporated in 1922 by seventeen local women to provide service to the community. In 1936, the club members purchased El Segundo’s first grammar schoolhouse from the School Board for the sum of one dollar and moved it to 541 Standard Street, where it stands today. The Native Daughters of the Golden West designated the clubhouse as a California landmark in 1979.
Since the Club’s incorporation, the club has been a dynamic part of the community with its mission to serve the community, state, and nation. The El Segundo Woman's Club is a 100% volunteer organization, has an active board of directors, numerous committees and active members to carry out our philanthropic endeavors.
The El Segundo Woman’s Club is proud of its 100 year commitment and service to support those in need. We are open to all and we welcome you to join us!