Important Dates

2022 GFWC Holiday Open House

December 7, 2022. 2022 GFWC Holiday Open House

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Power Up: Elements of Advocating

January 19, 2023. Power Up: Elements of Advocating is the first installment in GFWC's "The Power of You" advocacy training series.

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Power Up: Legislative Action Center (LAC) is for Me

January 26, 2023. Power Up: Legislative Action Center (LAC) is for Me is the second installment in GFWC's "The Power of You" advocacy training series.

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Black History Month

February 1-28, 2023. Join GFWC in celebration this February. It is Black History Month, a celebration of accomplishments and culture that is almost 100 years old. 

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National Children’s Dental Health Month

February 1-28, 2023. GFWC is encouraging its clubs to participate in National Children’s Dental Health Month this February, to support the American Dental Association (ADA) in raising awareness about the importance of oral health. 

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Power Up: Legislation and Leadership

February 2, 2023. Power Up: Legislation and Leadership is the third installment in GFWC's "The Power of You" advocacy training series.

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Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 1)

February 9, 2023. Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 1) is the fourth installment in GFWC’s “The Power of You” advocacy training series.

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Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 2)

February 16, 2023. Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 2) is the fifth installment in GFWC’s “The Power of You” advocacy training series.

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Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 3)

February 23, 2023. Power Up: Partners Toward Progress (Part 3) is the sixth installment in GFWC’s “The Power of You” advocacy training series.

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2023 GFWC Annual Convention

June 10-13, 2023. Mark your calendar for the 2023 GFWC Annual Convention from June 10-June 13 in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Blog

November 22

Volunteers in Action: GFWC Woman’s Club of Parsippany-Troy Hills and GFWC Poplarville Woman’s Club

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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.

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