The May Court Club of St. Catharines (MCCSC) is a lively and active service club for women living in the Niagara Region. With over 100 members, the Club's a great place to meet like-minded women while supporting the needs of women and children in the Niagara Region. Find out more About Us.

As May Court members, women of every age join forces to make a difference in their community. While working together to raise funds or directly assist organizations in the Niagara Region, May Courters also take time to enjoy one another's company, and to help the Club be the best it can be. Find out more about Membership.

May Court works closely with others in St. Catharines and the Niagara Region. We maintain contact with organizations which may need volunteers or other support within our mission (see below), and we try to match their needs with our members' volunteering interests. There are also plenty of opportunities to volunteer for activities within the Club itself. Contact Us to find out more.

Every year, MCCSC holds fundraisers that raise the money we distribute annually to organizations in the Niagara Region. These fundraisers are an important part of the May Court year, and they're initiated, organized and presented by our members. They're a great opportunity to enjoy working with fellow-members to achieve a very rewarding goal. Find out more about Fundraising.

All the money we raise is redistributed as grants for programs in our communities. Each year we request applications for funding from many local organizations, and we distribute the funds we've raised to programs that reflect the Club's mission. 

As just one of many organizations carrying out fundraising in the community, May Court recognizes the importance of those who contribute to May Court's efforts. We appreciate the generosity of their donations, whether in gifts of kind, money, or time. 

Contact us to find out more. 



The May Court Club of St. Catharines is a women's service organization dedicated to addressing the needs of our community, primarily those of women and children, through volunteerism and fundraising.



...that the May Court Club, founded 120 years ago in 1898, was the very first service club in Canada

 ...that our founder, Lady Ishbel Aberdeen also founded the Victorian Order of Nurses, organized the Canadian Council of Women, and was the first woman to address the Canadian Houses of Parliament

...that the May Court Club of St. Catharines has been active for 83 years, supporting local causes serving women and children with volunteerism and fundraising

...that today the club continues to work with and for organizations committed to supporting women and children, especially in the areas of health and nutrition.