Welcome to GFWC Woman's Century Club, Nampa Idaho

Our 2018-2020 Executive Board L-R Wilma Recording Secretary, Ardelle, Treasurer, Pam President, Ronalee Vice President, Jessica Corresponding Secretary

About Us

Our club flower

How We're Helping

 We were the first service club established (1900)  in Nampa Idaho and are celebrating 120 years of education and community service.  We started the Carnegie Library in  1908, added other projects through the years like the Rose Garden at Lakeview Park and organizing the Red Cross Chapter.  Today we hold a Student Art and Poetry Contest, support annual Senior Scholarships, Nampa  Library, Veterans, and Domestic Violence prevention.  Our motto is “The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number” And our President’s theme for 2018-2020 is “Service to others - Promote Education- Build Our Community” . Interested in learning more, contact Pam at 208-250-7154 or PM her on FB

Get Involved

We meet on the second and fourth Monday of the month, September - May at 1:00 at the Fleet Reserve Building in Nampa, 1012 11th Ave North.   Please join us by contacting our Membership Chairman Diane  at  208-989-2155.


Celebrate Idaho 100 Women and the Anniversary of the Woman's right to vote

Several members sat at a voter reminder table on Nov. 2 at  libraries throughout the state . Pictured are Wilma and Pam from the Nampa Club .  Idaho women received the right to vote 23 years before the rest of the country ratified the vote.  Boise Columbian Club and Rexburg Study Club also participated.

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Senior Faire in Nampa

Our booth at the Senior Faire was a success!  Super Heroes was the theme and we "super ladies" were in costume greeting and inviting women to learn about the club and visit us.


We love to ring the bells for Salvation Army!

We will be ringing bells for Salvation Army soon! Dates to be announced.


The Shoe That Grows by Because Internaitonal

Our International Outreach club project is the Shoe That Grows, from Because International.  Shoes are provided to children around the world and are made locally in Nampa. Kenton Lee is being presented a check for donations made by GFWC for $2246 or 115 pairs of shoes.