GFWC Metropolitan Community Club of Montgomery Co.

The Metropolitan Community Club of Montgomery (MCC) welcomes new members who are interested in lending their support to local Montgomery County community services and agencies. We support a number of local charities throughout the year through donations of funds and services (see list below). Our membership consists of women working inside and outside of the home who want to contribute to their community.
Also, MCC offers an array of social and educational activities giving members many opportunities to make new friends as well as enjoy the many art, education, and dining venues offered in our area. Some of our most popular social and educational activities include our book club and museum exhibits. Please contact us by email, if interested in attending a meeting or learning more about our club.

Contacts : MCC at mccgfwc@gmail.com
Lourdes Posada at lposad@gmail.com
Susan Greenblatt at sagreenblatt@comcast.net


2023-2024 MCC Officers

President:  Lourdes Posada
Vice President:  Vicki Dorman
Secretary:  Karen Portner
Treasurer:  Janet Maley


General meetings are usually held on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM at a member's home, except as noted; however, due to Covid-19 or inclement weather, meetings may also be held by Zoom.

  • September 20, 2023
  • October 18, 2023
  • November 15,2023
  • December 10, 2023 Holiday Party (Saturday)
  • February 10, 2024 General Meeting/50th Birthday Celebration
  • March 20, 2024
  • April 17, 2024
  • May 15, 2024 (Installation Dinner)

Community Service Programs and Committees

  • Arts and Culture
  • Civic Engagement and Outreach 
  • Education and Libraries (Book Club)
  • Environment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Installation --Appointed by the President 
  • By-Laws --  Appointed by the President
  • Membership
  • Communications and Public Relations - Newsletter & Website/Social
  • Media
  • Social
  • Sunshine
  • Ways and Means
  • Welfare


  • Wreath Sale:  MCC holds a wreath sale annually (during October) to raise money for the welfare charities designated by the Club. We sell both decorated (balsam ($45 and cedar ($48) includes shipping ) and undecorated ($25) wreaths.

    MCC Gift Show, Saturday, November 4, 2023, 10:30 AM -5:30 PM
    The Metropolitan Community Club (MCC) of Montgomery County is sponsoring our 18th Annual Gift Show at Garrett Park Town Hall, 10814 Kenilworth Avenue, Garrett Park, Md.20896. Vendors are showcasing custom jewelry, unique crafts and accessories, delicious chocolates and Greek specialties, and more!  Proceeds will be donated to local charities. Admission is free.

2023-2024 MCC Charitable Donations of Funds and Services

    MCC supports the following 2023-2024 charitable organizations and programs with financial and service donations.

    Small Things Matter --provides free food assistance to those in need. They give families and individuals access to fresh produce as well as meat, dairy and pantry items. They are now supporting 1,000 families with food at least three times a month.
    Montgomery County Family Justice Center (MCFJC) for Domestic Violence Initiative – has provided services and resources to victims of domestic violence for over 14 years. It was created as a one-stop shop for victims of abuse where all resources can be accessed in one place. In addition to promoting public awareness, it provides legal counsel, career counseling, and basic needs such as shelter and clothing and other resources. 
    AbodesJoy-- trains and empowers diverse learners – women, nonbinary people, and transgender people – in home repair (at no cost to them) to build skills, confidence, and community. 
     The Bare Necessities Foundation, Inc.—provides basic necessities such as food and clothing to help immigrant families with resources to make their home in Montgomery County.
    Women’s Microfinance Initiative-- provides reliable financial services to rural women in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania to enable them to engage in income producing activities and, also addresses other education and health related needs in their community.
    Save the Bay – serves as a watchdog, to fight for effective, science-based solutions to reduce the pollution degrading the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams.

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