The organization established the Charlotte, North Carolina’s first kindergarten, and during World War I and World War II, it served as the staff of the Southern Railway stations and bus. It also organized Charlotte’s YMCA, PTA, and Traveler’s Aid. In 1910, the North Carolina Federation of Women’s Clubs requested clubs vote on whether to address women’s suffrage, and the organization voted against addressing it.
Dr. Annie Alexander was the first female physician licensed in North Carolina in 1885, and she was a member of the organization. Dr. Alexander was an assistant surgeon at Camp Greene during World War I. A historical marker was erected in her honor on December 20, 2016. The organization continues to help the community through philanthropy and charity.