Women of Scottsdale is pleased to support the following nonprofit organization as our 2015 philanthropy partner:


Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), a national non-profit, works with public schools to prepare underserved high school students for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry. In Arizona, C-CAP serves over 6,000 students, teachers and educators statewide.


Women of Scottsdale is pleased to support the following nonprofit organization as our 2014 philanthropy partner:

SP logo The Scottsdale Philharmonic is a non-profit organization made up of 90+ professionally trained musicians who donate their time to provide 5 classical music concerts each year to the public free of charge. Your support will ensure that we’re able to continue to provide free concerts. Thank you.

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Hon. Mary Manross and Lois McFarland

Women of the Year Honorees Hon. Mary Manross (2008) and Lois McFarland (2000) were recipients of the 2011 Arizona Culturekeepers award. Woman of the Year Honoree Sam Campana (1999) received a 2009 Arizona Culturekeepers award.


Women of Scottsdale is pleased to support the following nonprofit organization as our 2013 philanthropy partner:

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy & Sonoran Desert Women

The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy is a non-profit conservation organization that protects the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Your support will ensure that the Preserve is available for this and future generations to enjoy.

Women of Scottsdale supports:

Arizona Women’s History Alliance
Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame



Women of Scottsdale is pleased to support the following nonprofit organization as our 2012 philanthropy partner

New Way Academy is Arizona’s only non-profit, independent kindergarten through grade twelve day school specializing in children with dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, and language based learning differences.

Our vision at New Way Academy is to be a nationally renowned school providing exemplary educational instruction, state of the art remediation for areas of challenge, optimal social experiences, and the opportunity to unlock strengths and talents. As a result, New Way develops confident life-long learners who lead enhanced, productive lives and serve as positive examples of what individuals with learning differences can achieve.


Women of Scottsdale is pleased to support the following nonprofit organization as our 2011 philanthropy partner

Since 1954, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale has provided more than 100,000 Northeast Valley youth with a positive, supervised environment to explore the power of their potential. Today we serve 16,000 children and teen through the organization’s nine branches and 12 outreach sites located in Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Hualapai Indian Community and other Northeast Valley neighborhoods. The Club offers more than 100 youth development programs emphasizing five core areas: the arts; character & leadership development; education & career development; health & life skills; and sports, fitness & recreation.

WOS Supports

Friends of the Scottsdale Public Library

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Scottsdale Historical Societyto present, preserve and interpret through research, exhibits and educational programming, the prehistory, history and cultural heritage of Scottsdale and the Southwest.

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If you are new to Scottsdale or have never attended one of our meetings, I urge you to join us! You will be with other vibrant women and maybe a senator! That's Women of Scottsdale, diverse,distinguished, lively and fun. I have been a member of Women of Scottsdale for 8 years -you really must enjoy your experience to maintain an association for that amount of time, and I do! What do I enjoy about it the most? I enjoy seeing the many ways that women in our community connect and support each other. It is truly inspiring to see what comes about in the world when women come together over a lovely lunch. Over the years I have developed friendships, business connections and charitable opportunities otherwise not established. Each month we are exposed to different corporate sponsors, publications and favors that enrich our knowledge of area businesses. Our agenda is brief but engaging, leaving plenty of time for social interaction. As the 2011 Director, I am grateful for the opportunity to serve such a dynamic organization.
Debbie Davis, 2011 WOS Director,
Spa tacular Sleekskin, Scottsdale, AZ