Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum is a growing women’s service organization in the corridor north of Houston including Cypress, Tomball, Spring and The Woodlands. Started in 1982, the group is dedicated to providing volunteer services, leadership and philanthropy to the community by partnering with individuals, families, schools, organizations and corporations. Members strive to impact others through education, crisis intervention, interaction with an aging population and support for people with disabilities. Known for its compassion, integrity and steadfast involvement in community service, CWJF strives to fulfill the needs of the community. CWJF impacts the community with its  Signature Programs, Scholarship Program and other various service-focused projects. 



Since its beginning in 1982, Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum continues to serve the Greater North Houston area. The area is home to approximately 590,925 people and has a poverty rate of 8.9%. The goals of CWJF include supporting students under the age of 18 and senior citizens. These individuals make up 39.4% of the current population. Community service programs like Forum Friends, Baxter the Bookworm and BookSmart allow CWJF to continue making an impact on the community.

CWJF service organization members pose for photo at signature event, BookSmart