The Gallatin Gateway Community Center is a creation of the Willing Workers Ladies' Aid - a group of dedicated, community-minded women who formed over a century ago as a volunteer community service organization. Today, the Center hosts everything from community meals and meetings to fundraisers and blood drives.
The Willing Workers Ladies Aid, Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves the Gallatin Gateway community. WWLA assists those in need and promotes unity and goodwill. The Gallatin Gateway Community Center was built with the support of our community and is maintained by the WWLA.
The History of the WWLA
In 1912, a group of churchgoers raised $175 to fund good deeds in Gallatin Gateway and in doing so founded the Willing Workers Ladies Aid. For over a century, WWLA members have offered their loving services to the Gallatin Gateway community and beyond -- whether it be sending care packages to soldiers fighting in World War II, arranging for nurses to visit sick residents, raising money and building an event center, holding town plays, or awarding yearly scholarships to high school students.