We are an engaged women’s network actively participating in and supporting our community through scholastic and social services since 1935. Our activities are shared by members of all ages across Bexley.
Bexley Women’s Club is about both service and friendship. We participate in community events through the year and hold regular club gatherings to bring members together. We offer many opportunities to connect, have fun, and make new friends.
Since 1937, Bexley Women’s Club has awarded scholarships every year to deserving students. As of 2020, the Bexley Women’s Club has provided approximately 900 scholarships to high school seniors living in Bexley, totaling almost $550,000.
Support for women & their families has always been a priority for Bexley Women’s Club. We work with partners like the YMCA Family Shelter, Bexley’s own Developmental Assets Resource Network (DARN), & Operation Buckeye to fulfill our social service mission.
Dear Bexley Community Members,
Since 1935, Bexley Women’s Club has been organizing and serving our wonderful community with three important missions of Community outreach, Scholastic, and Social Services.
On our 86th year in 2021, we are proud to announce our first “BWC Women’s Awards” to recognize amazing community work demonstrated by local community members. We need your help to nominate a special someone or a group who deserve the recognition.
Bexley Women's Club would like to thank our website sponsors and those that support the Bexley Women's Club and it's Mission of Community, Scholarship, and Social Service.
"The BWC mission focuses on Community, Scholarship, and Social Service which closely aligns with the work we do at IN. As a local Bexley-based business, we want to empower community members to make financially sound decisions regarding their post-secondary education. We provide them with a research-based, process-driven approach to college planning.
By pairing our students with their own college advisor, they engage in holistic career development work, finding the right college fit based on institutional financial health and offered majors and minors. Students get into their right college and more importantly, they get out of college without the overwhelming burden of student loan debt."