The Brookline NH Women's Club is dedicated to community service work, the promotion of fellowship among women and the enhancement of the social and intellectual life of its members. The club was founded in 1993 and federated in the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) in 1995.
Membership is open to any woman who is interested in the promotion of fellowship among women through community service and social activities. Annual dues are $30 for a regular membership and $15 for seniors. Dues scholarships are available.
Meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm at Brusch Hall, Main Street. Meetings include time for fellowship and club business. Current, past, new and prospective members are invited to attend any meeting.
Past Community Events & Activities Sponsored by the Brookline Women's Club
~Breakfast with Santa
~Easter Egg Hunt
~Mother's Day Marketplace
~Town Meeting Snack Bar
~Annual Scholarship to a Graduating Senior
~American Red Cross Blood Drive Sponsor
Proceeds from the fundraisers go directly back to the town and local communities and have been used in the past to fund our annual college scholarship, purchase items such as the community message board, playground equipment at the Brookline Ball Field, “Welcome to Brookline” signs, books for the Captain Samuel Douglass Academy library and the star for the town Christmas tree. The club has also provided donations to the town welfare officer for fuel assistance and grocery store gift cards, the Brookline Police and Fire Departments, the Brookline Public Library, Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter, the Youth Council, Brookline Community Church, Jordan’s Walk and many other great local causes.