Corvallis Woman's Club Fund

About the fund

The Corvallis Woman’s Club Building was the scene of many social and civic events throughout the years until it made way for the expansion of the Corvallis Public Library, seen in the background.

After 111 years of meeting, organizing, and working for the good of the community, the Corvallis Woman’s Club disbanded in the fall of 1994, leaving about $35,000 to twenty-nine different local charities. Before disbanding, the Club established a fund with Benton Community Foundation to be used for scholarships for junior or senior women attending an accredited institution of higher education. “The idea was to help a woman in Benton County with her education once she reached the junior/senior level,” said outgoing president Judy Juntunen, who was active in the club for ten years.

About the Club

— Apply to scholarships via the Scholarship Portal.