Welcome to CFUW Georgetown. Join our community of wonderful women for another year of connecting in safe, fun and engaging ways!

With your membership you can:

  • Engage with inspiring monthly speakers online during the pandemic, otherwise in person
  • Explore new interests with others
  • Participate in advocacy and education for women and youth
  • Get outdoors
  • Interact, learn and laugh with other women in your community

How do you join?

  • Complete the online membership form by clicking here.


  • Print the membership form available here. Fill in the form and mail or deliver to the address below.

What is the membership fee?  The annual membership fee for Sept 2022 to June 2023 is $120. Membership fees for those starting after January 1st are pro-rated. Please contact us at email below to find out the rate applicable.

Payment method – etransfer through online banking to:

If you are not submitting your membership form or payment online, please mail or deliver completed paper form and / or cheque to:

CFUW Georgetown
c/o Melanie Dixon
45 Pennington Crescent
Georgetown, Ontario
L7G 4L2

Need more information?

Please email us at

We look forward to connecting with you!

A little bit of our story  –The Georgetown chapter of the CFUW (Canadian Federation of University Women) received its charter in 1971 and has had an active programme since that time. Over the years programming highlights have included:

Dynamic Speakers such as Edna Staebler, Hazel McCallion, Adrienne Clarkson, Sheila Copps, Elizabeth Hay and Dr. Samantha Nutt, to name only a few.

Interest Groups including bridge, gardening, hiking, books, arts and theatre etc.. (see full list here)

Community Involvement in activities such as:

  • Awarding over $179,300 in scholarships to local high school graduates for their post-secondary education through apprenticeship, college or university
  • Organizing an annual book sale to raise money for scholarships and educational programming
  • Leading International Women’s Day Marches and other events focused on women’s issues
  • Hosting All Candidates debates during provincial and federal elections
  • Greening Guelph Street – planting of trees along Guelph Street for Canada 150.
  • Collaborating with  the Halton Hills Public Library to host an educational panel discussion regarding the proposed Highway 413
  • Partnering with the Halton Hills Public Library for an expert panel discussion on Growing Halton
  • Celebrating our 50th Anniversary ~ 1971-2021 in a variety of ways!