Outer Banks Woman's Club
P.O. Box 102
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948


Our members participate in six Community Service Programs (CSP):
Home Life
International Outreach
Public Issues

Each of these CSP's have club members who serve as leaders in the capacity of chair and co-chair. Each CSP group hosts one of the monthly general meetings, selecting a program speaker that pertains to that particular CSP's area of interest. 

Each CSP chair and co-chair encourages her members to participate either within the group or individually as volunteers in related community projects. 

Monetary support of various organizations or projects that enhance and improve the community may also be an option. Club fundraisers are held throughout the year in order to generate the monies required to continue our charitable work. Our  primary focus is in regard to support of the local community.

Organizations and projects currently supported 
by the members of the OBWC through volunteerism and/or donations 
or have been supported in the recent past include:

Angel Gifts Project, in partnership with 
Dare County Social Services

Alzheimer Cottage at Spring Arbor

an Arts Festival sponsored annually to recognize the talents of local school students, 
and students or adults with special needs

Baum Senior Center

Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina

Caswell Developmental Disabilities Center

Children At Play Museum

Coastal Studies Institute Student Summer Camps

Dare County Foster Children's Fund

First Flight High School Journalism Students

Food For Thought Student Feeding Program

Julia Haywood Scholarships

Kill Devil Hills Library

Lurana Cowan Scholarships

NC Lions Visually-Impaired Persons' (VIP) Fishing Tournament

NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island-STAR turtle rehab

Operation Smile

Outer Banks Hotline Shelter

Outer Banks International Student Outreach Program

Project Linus Quilt program

Roanoke Island Woman's Club Thanksgiving Basket Program

Salvation Army of the Albemarle Region Back to School Shopping

Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarships

Project Glam Girls Prom Attire

Our members hold planning meetings throughout the year in order to organize numerous club projects.

​OBWC is organized for philanthropic and educational purposes 
and is a nonprofit organization under 
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Founded in 1971, OBWC is a federated club that is a member of the 
General Federation of Women's Clubs of North Carolina (GFWC-NC), 
which is a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC), 
an international organization 
whose members make up one of the 
oldest and largest
nondenominational and nonpartisan volunteer organizations in the world.

The GFWC and its federated clubs are dedicated 
to community improvement 
by enhancing the lives of others through 
volunteer service and charitable donations.

GFWC celebrated its 127th Anniversary 
in April of 2017!