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Ligure Women's Auxiliary

Welcome to the Ligure Women's Auxiliary website. We hope you enjoy the site and the information we share and embrace related to our Italian heritage and culture. Keeping in the forefront our ancestors who came before us, the folks that started the Italian-American clubs in the East Bay, every member has a story. Those stories are the threads that began the tapestry of our own personal lives.  We carry our roots and heritage each day and how we honor them is what keeps them alive. We're proud to share our website with you and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. 

Our Mission 

Founded in 1938, the Women's Auxiliary of the Ligure Club is dedicated to the traditions that our ancestors and founders diligently preserved. We strive to continue their pioneering spirit to promote our Italian heritage and culture through participation in social events, philanthropy and scholarships for our youth who are in pursuit of a higher education. We promote our events and traditions with a hope to prepare the next generation of leadership and service to our Italian-American community.

Our Vision 

As a non-profit organization, the Ligure Women’s Auxiliary’s vision is to continue to uphold our Italian traditions by promoting what our ancestors began so many years ago. We are passionate about what we do and strive for excellence within the Italian-American and surrounding communities.  

Our Value

As a non-profit organization, the Ligure Women’s Auxiliary values our Italian traditions and heritage through focusing on integrity, honesty, and mutual respect. We are committed to excellence in our passion to preserve our Italian culture and in honoring our ancestors and founders by being responsible stewards of resources, maintaining our accountability to the public and each other, and by being respectful of the worth and dignity of all individuals.



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