The University Women’s Club of Toronto holds social, cultural, and educational events throughout the year for its members.

The Speakers Series invites speakers from a range of backgrounds to speak on many interesting topics. These events are generally held in the evening, over a delicious dinner at The Faculty Club. All members are invited and guests are welcome!

Spotlight on Us is a popular monthly event, giving one member the spotlight to share something about herself - a passion, an interest, a career, a life story. We have enjoyed a wide range of discussions from psychology to community advocacy to amazing travel slide shows.

To make it possible to meet our philanthropic goals, we rely on the proceeds of Fundraising Events. Since its inception more than 100 years ago, the UWC of Toronto has been a force in finding creative ways to raise money to achieve these goals. Our fundraising is mainly accomplished through creative social events organized by the Fundraising Committee, and supported and put into action by our entire club membership. 


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FUNDRAISING GALA - Thursday, October 24

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An Evening in Vienna is our fundraising gala, with proceeds going to Romero House.

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Speaker Series - November 18 at 5:30 pm

Mark O’Neill ON A Virtual Tour of The Canadian Museum of History

For those who haven’t been able to get to this impressive Museum, joining Mark O’Neill on this tour is the next best thing. Mark has been President and CEO of this Museum and the Canadian War Museum since 2011. Under his leadership, the Museums have placed new emphasis on telling the stories that have shaped Canada’s history and identity, and have expanded their outreach activities throughout the country. In 2017, the Museum of History unveiled the Canadian History Hall, the ground-breaking signature exhibition that presents Canada’s national story from the dawn of human habitation to the present day.

Reservation Deadline: November 18, 2019

Cost: $45 for members, $50 for guests
Phone: 416-979-2000 or email