Frequently Asked Questions
Who are the Women of Today?
The Minnesota Women of Today is a civic volunteer organization made up of women who wish to contribute to the communities in which they live, grow professionally & personally and make new friends! >>More
What organizations do you support?
Because the needs of communities vary, each individual chapter decides which local causes or charities they choose to support. Click here to see the many organizations the State MN Women of Today supports.
Who may join?
Any woman 18 years or older may join our chapter, as long as they are not currently a member of another WOT Chapter.
Must I live with-in the city you serve?
You may join any chapter you choose, whether it be in the community you live or work, or in a near by city with other friends or family members. You do not need to live in the city the chapter you join is located.
What is the time commitment?
Unless you serve as a Board or Committee Member, the amount of time you put in is decided by you, whatever works best in your schedule. There will be monthly meetings as well as chapter member socials, community events, and fundraisers, however nothing is ever mandatory. As with any volunteer organization, the more you put in, the more you get out!
How big is your chapter?
As of April 2020 we currently have 26 members, which is an amazing start for our new chapter! In the state of MN there are about 1,200 members in 60 communities and nationwide the Women of Today consists of over 3,000 members.
Is there a fee to join?
There are annual dues payable upon joining and each year thereafter. Annual dues for the Rogers, Otsego, Dayton Women of Today for 2020 are $60.
How do I become a member?
Simply fill out this registration form and either mail it in along with a check for $60 made out to "Rogers Otsego Dayton Women of Today". Or you can just bring it with you to one of our monthly meetings.
Can I check it out before joining?
Of course! Feel free to attend any of our monthly meetings or community events prior to joining.
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