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2014 GFWC Annual Convention

Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa
Chandler, Arizona

 Pre-Convention | June 18-20

Tours, LEADS, 2012-2014 Board of Directors Meeting, GFWC Arizona State Night Banquet

Convention | June 21-24

Convention Program, 2014-2016 Installation Events

Post-Convention | June 25-26

2014-2016 Board of Directors Meeting


Join your Federation friends in Chandler, Arizona at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa in the heart of the beautiful Sonoran Desert. Conveniently located just 15 miles from downtown Phoenix and 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Chandler is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, and one of Arizona’s great vacation spots graced with near perfect weather–more than 330 sunny days a year. Owned by the Pima and Maricopa tribes, experience a taste of authentic Arizona with the Gila River Indian Community. With multiple national awards, the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa has long served as an inspiration for how to respectfully and authentically share Native American culture and heritage that is woven into every aspect of this AAA-Four Diamond resort. 

Hotel Reservations

Call the hotel directly at 602-225-0100 for online reservations. When calling, mention GFWC to receive the group rate, applicable June 15-26, 2014 and subject to availability. All reservations must be made by May 26, 2014 and require a one night’s stay deposit. Reservation cancellations are accepted, without penalty, up to 24 hours before check-in. The GFWC room block is not accessible through outside agents. You must call the hotel directly, or utilize the GFWC online reservation link to receive access to the special GFWC Convention rate and amenities.

Note: The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa is a lateral property with guest rooms occupying two wings of the resort. If you have mobility concerns, you may wish to request a room in the Pima Wing, closest to the event and meeting space.

The Call to Convention

Questions about the 2014 GFWC Annual Convention? You'll find the answers in the Call to Convention. From special guests, hotel information, the preliminary agenda, and awards schedule, to what you need to wear to each function, the Call is jam packed with all the information you need to plan your trip to Arizona in June. Be sure to reference this handy publication before you register and you won't miss out on a single thing! Click on the image to access the digital version of the Call. For additional questions, contact GFWC Headquarters at Convention@GFWC.org or 1-800-443-GFWC (4392).

Just looking for the Convention awards schedule? Click here to access a PDF of the preliminary schedule to find out what day and during which event awards will be feted. This schedule is subject to change.


Registration is now open! Click on the image to complete your online registration. Be one of the first 100 registrants for your chance to win a complimentary 2014 GFWC Annual Convention pin as well as a Living the Volunteer Spirit t-shirt. All registrations must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. EDT on May 30, 2014. Register early to guarantee a spot at capacity-limited events that may sell out. For questions, assistance, or to modify a registration after it is completed, contact GFWC Headquarters at Convention@GFWC.org or 1-800-443-GFWC (4392).  







Promotional Opportunities

Take advantage of unique opportunities to reach hundreds of GFWC members—community leaders eager to learn about new programs their clubs can undertake, fundraisers their clubs can organize, and products and benefits fellow members, family, and friends can enjoy. Click the image to download our complete promotional opportunities brochure for information on exciting sponsorship, exhibit, advertising, and raffle opportunities.

2014 GFWC Annual Convention Exhibitor Application (PDF)



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