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Grants and other funding resources are available from GFWC and our partners for specific programs and projects. Grants vary in amount and in recommended use. New funding opportunities are announced on GFWC's website and in our e-newsletter. Applications forms are quick and easy to complete; grant winners typically are required to submit a short evaluation form describing how they used the funds.

District and Club Membership Grants

Funding is now available to help underwrite membership recruiting and rebuilding in your community. GFWC is offering $50 for club member recruitment programs and $100 for district new club building programs. With very little effort, you can apply for the funding necessary to conduct a successful recruiting event or new club formation project. 

Deadline: January 15, 2009 | Download application

Strength in Knowing Funding

GFWC is fortunate to have a partnership with Eli Lilly and Company that enables us to offer funding to assist clubs in providing Strength in Knowing presentations. Strength in Knowing is a program that provides the basic facts about breast cancer risk factors in an easy-to-use toolkit that is available from Lilly. The funding of up to $200 should be used to assist facilitate the presentation of toolkit information, on costs including facility rental, AV equipment, refreshments, and more.

Deadline: rolling, no deadline | Download application

Focus on Literacy Club Grants

Literacy club grants of up to $150 are available to GFWC clubs and funds may be used for purchasing books for tutors to use, providing books to kids and/or a variety of other literacy needs. See the application for a number of other suggestions. 

Deadline: rolling, no deadline | Download application

Focus on Health Club Grants

Thanks to Merck and Company, GFWC is happy to offer club grants of up to $100 for worthy projects. Clubs are encouraged to be creative, like offering a "cooking light" class featuring low calorie and low fat recipes, or even getting local chefs involved. Other ideas include offering an educational program to the community, and using the grant to acquire rental space. 

Deadline: rolling, no deadline | Download application

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