United in Service to Our Community Since 1910

The Woman's Club of Albany is one of the oldest not-for-profit community organizations in the Capital Region. We donate to local organizations serving the needs of women and children, volunteer for a wide range of projects, and offer opportunities for new social, professional and community connections.

Join us for October Member Monday

Monday, Oct. 25 -- 6 p.m.

Join us for a ghostly Member Monday with a special presentation by Maeve McEneny-Johnson, community engagement manager at Discover Albany. She'll present her Eerie Albany lecture, complete with spooky slides. We'll start out in the Ballroom; bring your own snacks and beverages as we're still staying COVID safe. Don't forget your mask. 

Plus, the Community Service Committee is collecting bars of soap and washcloths for The Grassroot Givers, Simple Day of Giving.

(Halloween masks and costumes are also welcome!)

Happy Half Hour at 6 p.m.

Club Announcements at 6:30 p.m.

Eerie Albany Presentation at 6:45 p.m.

Don't miss out on the FUN and history of Albany's ghost stories!

(Members not attending in person can log onto the WCA Members-only Facebook page to hear the club announcements only.)

Book by Oct. 31 and get $50 off your rental fee

The Woman's Club of Albany is not yet ADA accessible.

WCA receives Covid relief funds

WCA President Patti Campagna Kopach and Treasurer Deborah Kaminski were presented with a Covid Relief check for over $1700 from the Albany County Legislature on Oct. 22, 2021. 

The funds will be used to help pay for the new heating system. 

A big thank you to treasurer Debbie Kaminski for completing the lengthy application and to member Megan Kaminski for invaluable assistance in bringing this to fruition. 

Join us at the 14th Annual Holiday Tea - Reservations required by Nov. 15th


Fulfilling Our Mission of Community Service

WCA donated more than 150 bras to the Greater Capital Region YWCA BRAVA program.

WCA members donated craft supplies to Girls Inc. for their summer camp program.

Our Community Service Committee served ice cream (generously donated by Stewarts) to moms and children at St. Paul's Center in Rensselaer.

Hardworking WCA volunteers joined the Washington Park Conservancy for a Spring clean up.

Coronavirus Update

The Woman's Club of Albany remains open for meetings and rentals. We adhere to current New York State and CDC Covid-19 guidelines and ask that anyone on our porches or in our building wear a mask, regardless of their vaccination status. Prospective renters should contact the Club at with any questions.

Rent Our Historic House

WCA Wins State Grant for Repair Work

Capping four years of diligent and very hard work by a band of dedicated members, the Woman’s Club of Albany has received a $148,500 state grant to help pay for long-awaited exterior repairs to our home.

The grant was awarded through the state’s Regional Economic Development Councils.

This is the third grant the WCA has received in recent months to help realize our goal of repairing the main entrance & front porch, stabilizing the side entrance, resolving water infiltration & installing a ramp to make the building handicap accessible. As we celebrate 100 years of home ownership, it is gratifying to know we can fulfill our mission as stewards of this beautiful house.


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The Woman's Club of Albany

725 Madison Avenue • Albany • New York • 12208

(518) 465-3626

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