The GFWC Member Portal has a comprehensive digital library of members-only resources to help clubs and individuals make a difference in their communities through volunteer service. MemberSuite, the system hosting the members-only digital library, allows documents to be downloaded much faster than was previously possible here on this page. The digital library in the Portal also has a more advanced filing system, making it easier to find files.
After logging in to the Portal, click on “My Digital Library” under the profile icon in the upper right corner and select the GFWC Resources folder. The top folder contains an Index listing where all of the documents are filed in the A–Z Resources folders. Among the many resources exclusively available in the Portal, the members-only “My Digital Library” includes:
- The 2020–2022 Club Manual
- GFWC emblem and logo files
- Icons for the Special Programs and Community Service Programs
- Resources for recruiting and building your club membership
- And much more!
Having difficulties accessing the Portal? Please double check that the pop up blocker of your web browser is turned off to enable the downloads. If you’re still unable to download GFWC Resources, please don’t hesitate to email GFWC@GFWC.org.
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Melanie Carriker understands GFWC tradition and legacy. Daughter of GFWC Communications and PR Chairman Wendy Carriker, Melanie was inspired to form the GFWC Legacy Woman's Club, which celebrates the dedication of grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters, and cousins. The GFWC Legacy Club received its charter at the 2015 GFWC Annual Convention in Memphis.
Success For Survivors Scholarship
Each year, GFWC awards scholarships to help intimate partner abuse survivors obtain a post-secondary education that offers a chance to reshape their future by securing employment and gaining personal independence.
The Rochester Junior Women's Club
The Rochester Junior Women’s Club (Michigan) was established in 1956 with 16 members, and today has over 70 members that always come together to support one another. The club chooses three or four major charities to support and several smaller ones, donating approximately $30,000 each year. In total since its inception, the club has provided more than 1 million hours of community service, and raised more than $928,000 to support their community!