Welcome to
The May Court Club of Oakville

WE ARE WOMEN TRANSFORMING OUR COMMUNITY

The May Court Club of Oakville is a volunteer women’s organization that provides services and funds to our community. Our focus is on women, children, seniors and today, we are the gold standard for volunteerism in our community! We are Canada’s oldest service organization established in 1898 and we have been in the Oakville community since 1956. We have stood the test of time and have continued to grow over the years to over 240 members strong. Because we are 100% volunteer run, we have minimum administration fees and the funds we raise go directly to our community and stay in our community.

Much of the Club’s work has focused on society’s most vulnerable. Since 1956, the May Court Club of Oakville has donated countless hours and significant dollars in Oakville and neighbouring communities within the Region of Halton.

May Court Nearly New Shop

Resale Beats Retail

Resale Beats Retail Since opening its doors in 1957, The Nearly New Shop has served thousands of customers and has become a local favourite for our customers.

Our Programs

Nourishing the Whole Child

We feed our children empowerment, healthy food, and the gift of education with our puppet shows, nutrition program, and scholarships.

Our Events

Fun Fabulous Fundraisers

We have fun while raising funds to support our community through fashion shows, parties, food & wine shows, and more!

Learn What’s Going On

News

SPRING HAS SPRUNG AT OUR AMAZING SHOP!!!!

SPRING HAS SPRUNG AT OUR AMAZING SHOP!!!! Yes indeed we are now accepting Spring clothing, accessories, footwear and housewares as we begin to transition our Winter items out of the shop! Following is the list of acceptable items at this point in time.

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News

Let’s Talk Day!

There are 5 simple ways that we can help fight the stigma around mental illness – one way is to recognize that language matters. Join the conversation on January 31.

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Are you ready to volunteer?

Start your journey by meeting new friends, strengthening your community, and learning new skills. “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Mahatma Gandhi