Logos, Emblems, Icons
As a member of the Federation, your club and State Federation are granted permission to use GFWC logos, icons, and emblems within the guidelines outlined in the GFWC Stylebook. A graphic designer or printer needs no additional approval from GFWC for Emblem use. If you have any questions about GFWC emblems, logos, or icon usage, please contact the Communications and Public Relations Department at PR@GFWC.org.
History of the GFWC Emblem
GFWC’s emblem depicts a circular band signifying eternity. In the center of the circular band, the crusader’s shield emerges from a darkened world (represented by the field of darkness), which represents enlightenment. The enameled colors—red, white, and blue—are the colors of the United States of America. The red implies courage, the white equals purity, and the blue stands for constancy.
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(Color, Black, White versions)
(All 8 Included)
Lorraine Gorham is one busy clubwoman. Not only is she a wife, mother, and grandmother, she is also a member of seven clubs and serves as a club president and state chairman.
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.
GFWC Woman's League of Mount Airy
The GFWC Woman’s League of Mount Airy, North Carolina consists of 12 women who work together to make a difference in their community.