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Welcome from Madonna Circle

Madonna Circle, organized in 1936, is an active Catholic women’s organization which provides opportunities to assist others in the community via service organizations. The service organizations in which we volunteer are: St. Peter Manor, St. John Catholic School, St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen, Birthright, Catholic Charities, and the Poor Clares.

Thinking of joining Madonna Circle?  Go to our JOIN page now!

Madonna Circle has historically helped local charities and non-profits via fundraising activities. From small events to the prestigious Memphis Antiques Garden and Gourmet Show, members have freely given of their time to help others. Our fundraising efforts have provided millions of dollars to our community. A list of recipients is available for review under the ‘Mission: Recipients of Funds’ tab.

Here’s some information on how we’re helping our community:

Madonna Circle Emblem

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Crown, connotes Mary Queen of Heaven; Fleur-de-lis, flower of the lily, symbolizes perfection, light and life; the Lily stands for the Virgin Mother of Jesus; and the Circle represents the group of Catholic women who come together for service, fellowship, and spiritual growth.