Maycourt Clubs of Canada
Their Excellencies the Right Honorable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnson
What is a May Court Club ?
it is a dedicated group of women whose mission is to improve the lives of those in their community who are less fortunate than themselves.

its members raise funds through various projects among which are thrift shops, house tours, Christmas tree raffles and fashion shows and galas.

it uses the money raised to provide financial assistance to needy organizations or individuals, with particular emphasis on health, high risk children and youth and school nutrition programs.

it is also a group of volunteers who give 1000’s of hours each year to make all their projects possible and productive, but also takes time for social events and friend raising.

Our Clubs

May Court Club of Barrie, established in 1970, is a volunteer organization of diverse, dedicated women committed to helping those in need in Barrie and the surrounding area. Consisting of over 125 members, this Club is a branch of the the...
The May Court Club of Brockville, a registered charitable organization, is a diverse and dedicated group of women who actively volunteer their time by providing both service and financial assistance to those in need. Beginning with a...
The May Court Club of Chatham, established in 1935, is a women's service organization dedicated to addressing the needs in our community, primarily those of women and children, through volunteerism and fundraising.
The May Court Club of Kitchener Waterloo is a dynamic group of women striving to provide service and support to women and children in need in the Waterloo Region through fundraising and friendraising.
The members of the May Court Club of London will nurture and advocate for children and youth in our community who are in need of social, educational, physical or emotional support.
The May Court Club of Oakville is an Ontario Charitable Public Foundation with over 200 members. Our Club is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and our projects are operated by member volunteers who provide the leadership and energy...
The May Court Club of Ottawa is the oldest women's volunteer organization in Canada. The Club has more than 280 members and it provides vital volunteer and financial assistance to the community. Over 20,000 hours are contributed to...
The May Court Club of St. Catharines is made up of 150 women who care, proudly serving our community since 1935. Membership consists of women dedicated to active volunteerism, in both direct service and administrative placement or on...
The May Court Club of Windsor with over 150 active women, support the Kiwanis Music Festival, safety patrol awards and inner city school reading rallies Camp and nutrition programs round out support for children in need.