Founded over 25 years ago, The Central Florida Women’s League is a group of 125+ women dedicated to Community, Charity and Culture combined.
We are proud of our members and our collective accomplishments to help those less fortunate in our community as well as assist aspiring young women in their pursuit of a higher education.
CFWL is entirely a volunteer organization. It is only through the tremendous effort and generosity of our league members, patron sponsors, benefactors and corporate sponsors that we have been able to raise and contribute over 2 million dollars to students and local charities. Our fundraising efforts encompass many different events, such as The Taste of Windermere, fall and spring signature events and smaller more intimate opportunities such as Dinners and More. Each year we encourage local individuals and corporations to become our partners in these efforts through sponsorships and our “Feed the Need”campaign. Service projects, where hands on assistance is provided to charities by league members, is avital part of our annual giving agenda.
Our members are inspired and humbled by the impact of their volunteer efforts. Please join us in MAKING A DIFFERENCE!Linda Sampieri CFWL President - 2014-2015 Click here to make a general donation
Click here to make a donation to the George Fortier Scholarship Fund
CFWL in the Community!
LYNX & CFWL
EXCITING NEWS: The Central Florida Women’s League was one of nine winners of the Lynx Public Service Contest. This means that for one year our logo and mission will be displayed on the Public Service Bus as it makes it regular schedule through Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. On Wednesday April 15th the bus with our logo was unveiled. The ceremony took place at the Amway Center and was hosted by John Lewis CEO of Lynx and Mayor Jacobs.
Congressman Daniel Webster & CFWL
What an honor to have Congressman Daniel Webster at our Annual Scholarship luncheon. He congratulated the CFWL for our work in the Central Florida community and our efforts to further education for deserving students. The congressman presented us with a beautiful American flag that will be displayed at upcoming meetings and luncheons.
Congressman Webster said: "After seeing members of the Central Florida Women's League during my visit to the Bread of Life non-profit organization in Ocoee a couple of weeks ago, it was a pleasure to be invited to join them this week for their monthly luncheon. During the meeting, the Central Florida Women’s League Foundation awarded tens of thousands of dollars in educational scholarships to outstanding high school students in our community. I was honored to join them in recognizing their scholarship winners and thank them for the work they are doing to invest in our community."