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Trilogy at Vistancia Women’s Club
Trilogy at Vistancia Women’s Club reflects the outlook and attitudes of the Trilogy at Vistancia community by creating an atmosphere for fun, friendly, caring, and generous women to gather in the spirit of socialization and service.
The club grew from the earliest days of Trilogy when women neighbors gathered for potluck lunches to a club that was formed with a few members in 2007 to a club of more than 300 members now and we continue to expand as new residents move into the community. It is one of the largest clubs in Trilogy.
Service is a cornerstone of the club. Our largest fundraiser is Homes for the Holidays, a 3-day event that gives the Trilogy community the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season with a Pre-Home Tours Cocktail Parties, and a fun silent auction. This event raises most of the money we are able to donate to charity. Throughout the past few years, we donated almost $200,000 to the charities we support.
Our annual fundraisers include:
- Homes for Holidays
- Christmas home tours
- Spring garden tours
- Jewelry Shows
- Annual Scholarship Fund 5K held in Trilogy
- Clothing Drives
- Toiletry Drives
We also offer both monthly story times, Sunday suppers once a month, Easter party complete with a giant Easter bunny, Mother’s Day Brunch with toiletries for women and children, backpacks filled with school supplies, a tailgating party sponsored by the Arizona Cardinals, and many other activities.
We make smaller contributions to help low income kids with warm winter clothing and school supplies, to a local hunger program, and to other charities when a few hundred dollars make a difference.
Contributions are made to:
A New Leaf’s Faith House which provides 120 days of transitional housing to afford victims and their children the time and resources to rebuild their lives. These women are suffering from physical, emotional, psychological or verbal abuse.
Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona (often called Free Arts/AZ) helps abused and homeless children through artistic expression. The children of Free Arts create Christmas ornaments and decorate a tree for our silent auction.
Justa Center, a day shelter located in Central Phoenix that supports homeless senior citizens, 50% of whom are women and Veterans.