About AAUW.

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The American Association
of University Women

Founded in 1981, the mission of our Branch is to help advance equity for women and girls in Utah through advocacy and education. We provide intellectually challenging programs for our community, scholarships for local students and a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Camp, eSMART, for seventh grade girls.

Our strong leadership and hard working members who support our mission in many ways (including volunteering for committees, participating in our special events and attending our monthly programs) make the St. George Branch of AAUW extremely successful in our endeavors. That makes it very satisfying to be a member!

Branch Documents

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AAUW Mandatory Compliance Requirements: October 30, 2017
Adopted by membership March 2, 2015
Adopted by Branch Board of Directors December 14, 2015
Revised and approved by membership April 3, 2023


501(c)(3) Tax ID: 46-4440807

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AAUW Saint George Branch is always navigating toward a better future for women and girls through our programs and through the work of members and supporters like you.

AAUW Saint George Branch is a non-profit IRC 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We share our financial statements and tax returns to encourage confidence with our members and others who support our work through their generous donations of time and money.

Policies and Procedures

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September 19

October 17

October 17

Lessons in Chemistry, Bonnie Garmus
400 pgs. Fiction

November 14 (changed to 2nd Tue)

Memphis, Tara Stringfellow
252 pgs. Fiction

December 12 (changed to 2nd Tue)

Holiday Party

January 16

Demon Copperhead, Barbara Kingsolver
546 pgs. Fiction

February 21

West With Giraffes, Lynda Rutledge
381 pgs. Fiction

March 19

How the Penguins saved Veronica, Hazel Prior
365 pgs. Fiction

April 16

The Woman They Could Not Silence, Kate Moore
560 pgs. Non-Fiction

May 21

People of the Book: A Novel, Geraldine Brooks
372 pgs. Fiction

And There was Light Abraham Lincoln

and The American Struggle

Jon Meacham

676 pgs. Non Fiction (421 pgs. reading, 200+ index, sources, notes)

October 17

Lessons in Chemistry, Bonnie Garmus
400 pgs. Fiction