Presidents Welcome

“The Power of Women Working Together: Making a Difference Through Leadership and Action”

CFUW is a non-partisan, voluntary, self-funded organization with over 100 CFUW Clubs, located in every province across Canada. Since 1919, CFUW has been working to improve the status of women and to promote human rights, public education, social justice, and peace.

Today, membership is open to all women who support these goals.

Every year, CFUW and its Clubs award close to $1 million to women to pursue post-secondary studies. CFUW Clubs provide leadership and life-long learning opportunities to members. CFUW Clubs are involved in issues locally, provincially and nationally.

CFUW Barrie is part of this great network! We offer members the opportunity to meet other women, to support our educational and advocacy initiatives, to enjoy and learn from interesting guest speakers at our monthly meetings.

Best of all, we never forget to have fun! To name just a few of our ‘interest groups’, we have several book clubs, dining events, a walking group, “adventurers” outings, a garden club, and arts & entertainment outings.

We believe there are enough facets to CFUW Barrie and District for women to choose what meets their interests and needs. We invite you to come out to a monthly meeting, see what we’re all about, join us!

Teresa Habs, President 2016-2017

CFUW is committed to:

  • Advancing the status of women and girls
  • Promoting quality education in the public sector
  • Active participation in public affairs in the spirit of cooperation and friendship.

New members who share our values are welcome. Join us and make new friends. There are lots of activities to choose from. Visit the About section for more details or contact us for a visit.

Visit us at one of our monthly meetings and check us out.  We look forward to meeting you.


Announcement regarding 1 date change to our club meeting schedule.

March club meeting is to be held on Thursday March 30.Update your calendar now.

Next club meeting is 7pm, Tuesday October 25 in the Georgian Room at the Comfort Inn on Essa Rd.  Our Topic is"Ending the Violence Against Aboriginal Women & Girls" and guest speaker is Laura Hall, Research Director, Ontario Native Women's Association. Our Advocacy Committee will facilitate a question/answer period. This is an important  discussion as it is a national policy initiative for CFUW.

Guests and interested potential members are welcome to join us and learn about what we do and who we are.