American Association of University Women

Springfield Township

Delaware County, PA

Promoting equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change.

Since 1881 the American Association of University Women has been the nation's leading voice promoting education and equity for women's rights and girls.

About Eastern Delaware County Branch

Eastern Delaware County Branch was originally organized in 1933 as the Lansdowne Branch, but changed its name in 1971 in recognition of its geographical growth. One of over 1300 branches of AAUW, it now serves more than 30 communities in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Throughout the years, the branch and its members have been known for many accomplishments within AAUW program areas.


The emphasis of our branch's fundraising is on supporting the AAUW Educational Fund (EF), the world's largest source of funding exclusively for graduate women, and the AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund (LAF), the nation's largest legal fund focused solely on sex discrimination in higher education.


Regular meetings of the Branch are generally held in the Convenant United Methodist Church: Saxer Ave. and Springfield Rd, Springfield (Delaware County), PA 19064, at 7:30 PM on the first Monday of each month, September through May. Specific meeting dates and special events are indicated in our calendar. Members may also become involved in special interest groups.

Upcoming Branch Events

Unless otherwise indicated, all events take place at Covenant United Methodist Church. Unless otherwise indicated, all events start at 7:30 p.m.

Camile MacDonald-Polski (past member of UN Sub-Committee on Violence Against Women and AAUW International Affairs Committee): "Human Trafficking in Our Backyard: A United States Perspective"
Kate Sweeney (co-President, Pennsylvania AAUW): "Making Connections"
Come and hear some of the young women from Widener who attended the 2008 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders in Washington.
Holiday party, home of a member: contact us at [email protected] for more information.
Dagmar McGill (Philadelphia branch, AAUW): “The Key to Helen Gould”
Nancy Maclay: “Israel/Palestine: a visitor’s observations/reflections.”
Meeting to honor Delaware County high school junior girls for their scholastics and volunteer work in the community.
Book and Author Tea: Rolling Green Golf Club, Springfield, PA: contact us at [email protected] for further details and price. Author to be announced.
time/place/topic to be announced.


VP Membership

VP Program

Recording Secretary

Corresponding Secretary


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