The mission of The Monday Clubhouse Conservancy is to preserve and restore the historic landmark known as The Monday Club house, to provide public access to the landmark for educational purposes, and to carry on other charitable and educational activities associated with this goal.

The Monday Club house was designed by Julia Morgan, the first woman licensed as an architect in the State of California and designer of Hearst Castle. In 2013, Morgan was posthumously awarded the American Institute of Architects highest honor, the Gold Medal, 56 years after her death. She is the first woman to ever be given the award.

We welcome your tax deductible donation! The Monday Clubhouse Conservancy is a 501(c)3 Public Benefit Charitable Foundation, Tax ID 95-1679667. Please scroll below to complete your donation. Questions? Please contact Vicki Carroll. Thank you for your support! 

Yearly events are held to raise funds for the preservation and restoration of the historic clubhouse and grounds to ensure that it will be enjoyed by present and future generations. The Monday Clubhouse Conservancy (TMCC) also receives funding from grants, memorial gifts and pledges. 

The Clubhouse is open to the public for tours Mondays from 2-5 pm excluding holidays, or by private appointment. Member Docents will guide you through our historic building and grounds, and share the history of The Monday Club's contributions to the San Luis Obispo community. If you cannot visit on a Monday, please contact Vicki Carroll to schedule a tour by appointment. 

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