Who we are

The historic home where we provide low-cost housing to women is actually very expensive to maintain and needs important repairs.





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Providing affordable Housing for women in Delaware  since 1954

For sixty years, we have provided safe and affordable transitional housing to more than a thousand women who often fall through the cracks in social services. The housing we provide can make a difference between sleeping in a car or a warm, safe bed.

Our challenge

​Our mission

You, too, can support our mission

​​We are dedicated to providing a safe, affordable and nurturing home for single working women of low income as they transition towards a self-supporting future. 

Women's City Club

OF DELAWARE, OHIO

Our membership includes women from many walks of life and with a variety of talents and interests. That diversity of skills and interests enables us to accomplish a great deal. We like to have fun, but take our responsibilities to the women we serve very seriously. 

If you are looking for an opportunity to get to know others in the community and make a difference, email us. We'd be happy to include you in our next social meeting where you can get to know us and learn more about our mission.

About Women's City Club 

Our history

​​We are a not-for-profit service organization intent on making a difference in our community. We own a home that we use to provide a safe, affordable home to women in need. Club events and support from our community help fund maintenance and repairs.  Founder Zuilla Way was known for rolling up her shirtsleeves to get things done. Sixy years after Zuilla founded the club, we still do the same.  Our members range in age from 20 to 90 and come from all walks of life.

​​In 2014, we celebrated our Diamond Jubilee. It’s hard to believe that for the past six decades, the Women's City Club has continued the mission of providing safe, affordable housing for low income working women in Delaware County, Ohio.  We’ve helped thousands of women transition from the hard blows life had dealt them to become independent, successful women.  Some have even gone on to later become members of the club.