On May 17, 2020, 19 women gathered in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic via a Zoom meeting to start a Woman's Club for the sole purpose of giving back to the community. The purpose of the club would be to ensure that the needs of the community would be met through various community service activities and events. These phenomenal women decided that the name of the club should be representational of the club’s vision. So, by a unanimous vote, the Sisters of Service Woman's Club was born.
The club's vision is bring together women who are diverse in age, culture, educational levels, professions, and faith but share a common passion: making a difference in our community by changing lives. We needed a brand in the form of a logo that would reiterate our working goal: Unity in Diversity, which also happens to be the motto of the GFWC. Our logo depicts four (4) women, diverse in culture, joined together by a common purpose. The logo is adorned with the colors black, purple, and white, which are the club's official colors. The color black represents strength, seriousness, power, and authority; the color white represents purity, goodness, illumination, and beginnings; and the color purple represents royalty, benevolence, passion, and courage.
On May 31, 2020, 24 women gathered via a Zoom meeting for the club's first official meeting. During this meeting, the club elected its chartering officers. The GFWC Florida Second Vice President, Sara Dessureau, served as the installing officer. The Charter Executive Board consisted of the following charter officers: Vanessa J. Moore (Founding President), Donna J. Collier (Vice President), Cameka N. Gardner (Recording Secretary), Crystal J. Bryant (Corresponding Secretary), and Kim L. Brown (Treasurer). Precious Boatwright was appointed as the Parliamentarian.