Coachella Valley Rescue Mission
Arbor Day - City of Indio
College of the Desert Student Services - Indio Campus
Empowering Women Scholarship
Kennedy Elementary School Volunteer Program
Coachella Valley History Museum
Shelter from the Storm
Indio Police K-9 Unit
Read Across Indio Project
Indio High School Senior Scholarship
Shadow Hills High School Senior Scholarship
Amistad High School Senior Scholarship
S.O.S. (Soldiers Organized Services)
U.S.O. (United Services Organization)
Red Hot Ballroom Dancing Scholarship
Veteran's Memorial Bench - CV Cemetery
Desert Cancer Foundation
Indio Rotary - Math Field Day
Loma Linda Children's Hospital
Desert's Best Friends Closet
Martha's Village & Kitchen
Find Food Bank
Woman's Club of Indio
To improve literacy and education awareness in our community via projects serving preschool through 12th grade students. Major projects are our annual scholarship for High School Seniors and the Read Across Indio Project which provides each kindergartener with a personal book to begin their own library. WCI has also been an active participate in the Indio secondary schools with the Ophelia Project which empowers and encourages teenage girls to increase their sense of self-worth and maximize their potential contribution to society.
To promote the arts through education and participation in community programs throughout the valley. Projects include the Southwest Arts Festival and the International Date Festival.
To encourage volunteer participation in projects and activities that improve our community today and tomorrow. Projects include volunteering at the Coachella Valley History Museum throughout the year and in support of the amazing annual Heritage Festival which celebrates the contributions of the diverse ethnic groups that comprise the Coachella Valley. Several members volunteered to assist 2nd graders with their reading skills at Kennedy Elementary School and we support the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission through food and toy drives.
To educate members about health and safety issues, especially those that affect women. Projects include participation in volunteer programs at hospitals, distribution of health safety materials, and speakers from community health and safety agencies.
To assist women as they acquire marketable skills through educational or vocational training. Our Empowering Women through Education Scholarship is awarded annually.