What brought you into a local club? Who encouraged you to join GFWC? Even if a friend invited you to your first club meeting, chances are you later found out your grandmother was once part of a club, or perhaps your great grandmother.
Generations of GFWC clubwomen have joined together to make a difference in their own families and communities. If this sounds like your story, your journey, your path to GFWC, then you are invited to join The GFWC Legacy Woman’s Club. Likewise, you’re welcome to join if you are the one who started it all and were the first in your family to embrace the notion of Unity in Diversity.
The club supports the GFWC Women’s History and Resource Center.
Where the Club Meets
Rosemary Thomas, President
Susette Redwine, Vice President
Dianne Maki-Sethi, Secretary
Debra Bryant, Treasurer
Contact Debra Bryant with questions. To join, make your $15 check payable to the “GFWC Legacy Women’s Club” and send to:
612 Fourth Place, SW
Washington, D.C. 20024
Ashley Williams found an outlet for community service through joining the GFWC Ackerman Twentieth Century Club.
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.
Oregon City Woman's Club
The Oregon City Woman's Club (Oregon) participated at the National Night Out on August 7 with a booth advertising their club.