2015 AAUW Supper Meeting
September 9, 6:30 pm
Francesca’s Amici
$28 per person

Our fall dinner will be on Wednesday, September 9, at Francesca’s Restaurant, 174 N. York Rd. beginning at 630 pm. The cost is $28 per person including tax and tip. Guests are welcome.

The program will include our guest speaker, Blair Brettschneider from GirlForward, Inc. This organization is making a difference in the lives of young girls who are refugees living in the Chicago area. She won an AAUW Community Action Grant in 2012-2013.

Please complete and return the dinner reservation form by September 2, 2015. Note any special dietary requests with your reservation. Contact Jan Alexander for more information.


AAUW Elmhurst Area Branch is dedicated to the AAUW mission
of advancing equity for women and girls
through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.

Visitors and prospective members are welcome to all of our meetings.  If you are interested in joining our branch, please come to one of our meetings and ask for a membership application.

Elmhurst Branch Philanthropic Activities

For over 50 years, the Elmhurst Area Branch has sponsored an annual Used Book Sale. This is our primary philanthropic activity. The sale is usually held the first Thursday-Sunday in August at an Elmhurst school. The proceeds from this sale are used to fund AAUW research, grants and scholarships for women on the national and local level. The 2014 Book Sale was another resounding success, raising funds for scholarships and providing an inexpensive place for the community to shop for a complete range of books.

In December, Elmhurst Branch Members wrap books at Barnes & Noble in Oak Brook. Funds from this activity are donated to AAUW-related causes.

Elmhurst Branch Activities

The Branch has general meetings on the second Wednesday of the month from September through May.  Programs begin at 7:00 p.m. and are usually held at the Elmhurst Public Library.  For details on this year’s program line up, see the Program page.

In the summer, our members are actively involved in preparing for the Annual Used Book Sale. Volunteers are always welcome.

The Branch also has a number of special study groups.  These currently include:

    • Book Discussion Group
    • Noontime Potpourri of  Ideas Discussion Group
    • Half the Sky
    • Get Out the Vote Campaign

AAUW Value Promise

By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.

AAUW Mission Statement

AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

Accepting members with Associates Degrees or higher.