TAWC's History Since 1958 the Tustin Area Woman's Club (TAWC) has been an all volunteer philanthropic social group with a rich history of dedication to improve the quality of life in our local community, county, state, and our country. We are celebrating this year 60 years of service to our community. Every year the women of TAWC donate their time and fundraising proceeds to a wide variety of worthy philanthropies and programs.
TAWC's Philanthropies: -Wounded Warriors - Fisher House - 4 Paws 4 Patriots - USO at OC Airport -Four $1,000 TUSD High School College Scholarships (One each for Beckman, Hillview, Foothill, and Tustin) -TUSD Young Woman of the Month Program - After School Programs - HOBY - TUSD Music and Art Programs -Tustin Historical Society & Museum - Tustin Area Senior Center - Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts -Canine Companion for Independence - Human Options - Laurel House - Mary's Kitchen - WisePlace -Tustin Public Schools Foundation - Tustin Community Foundation - OC Council on Aging -Boys and Girls Club - CHOC Children's Hospital - Blind Children's Learning Center
For over 55 years TAWC has given college scholarships to deserving TUSD students.
TAWC Members We are a group of women dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. We have fun and make lasting friendships while giving back to our community.
Pat Filley (on left) presented on behalf of the Mannequin Section and the TAWC Fashion Show Board, a check to TAWC President Libby Buckley in the amount of $10,000 from the proceeds of our April 6th Fashion Show Fundraiser. All proceeds go to our fund Scholarship Program and our many philanthropies.
TAWC's 2019 Superhero of Tustin Gloria Walter on left. TAWC President Libby Buckley on right.
TAWC is proud to nominate Marsha Corzine for 2019 Tustin Area Woman of the Year.
TAWC is honored to have three TAWC members that have been named Tustin Area Woman of the Year. Jeanne Brown 2007 - Jean Simon 2011 - Wendy Greene 2012