Branch Mission Statement

Los Gatos - Saratoga AAUW provides its members with a variety of enrichment programs and interest groups, supports quality education, provides scholarships, and advocates for equal opportunities for women and girls.

We strongly believe in the 5E's
- Education for women
- Equity for women
- Empowerment of women
- Enjoyment within a women's group
-Exploring opportunities in a safe environment

Calendar - Events

March 2 - Board Meeting
March 3 - Conversations in Spanish
March 6 - Travel “Armchair Adventures”
March 10 - Committee for Homeless Women and Children
March 11 - Let’s Do Lunch
March 12 - Scenic – Hikes and Walks
March 17 - PM Book Group
March 20 - AM Book Review
March 24 - Conversations in Spanish
March 26 - Back-by-Noon Hike
March 27 - General Meeting
March 31 - Film Buffs
April 6 - Board Meeting
April 7 - Conversations in Spanish
April 10 - Travel “Armchair Adventures”

More Details - See Calendar or Newsletter

What's New?

“Women, Sexuality, and Power: What Are Young People Learning?”
• Sunday, March 8;
• International Women’s Day
• 1 to 4 pm
• Prospect High School
•18900 Prospect Road, Saratoga, CA 95070.
• We will view the documentary film Miss Representation, which shows how mainstream media offer limited and often disparaging portrayals of women. The panel discussion, including an AAUW member, will focus on situations that occur in high schools and throughout society. For more information contact Dr. Vince Leeburn at (408) 626-3408 ext. 8111.
More info: See newsletter

Saratoga Blossom Festival
• Saturday, March 21
• 10 am to 4 pm
• 1 to 4 pm
• Heritage Orchard and the area around the Civic Center
•13777 Fruitvale Avenue, Saratoga, CA 95070
• We will have a table with AAUW information so stop by and enjoy the activities!

More info: See newsletter

Microfinance Changes Lives – A Few Dollars at a Time
• Friday, March 27, 2015;
•10 am to 12 Noon
• in the Community Room, Saratoga Library
• 13650 Saratoga Ave, Saratoga
• Our Speaker – Brynne Speizer of the Opportunity Fund – will explain how small loans and small savings accounts, combined with financial training and donor matches, can provide a real hand up for local women and families.

More info: See newsletter