Fundraising Advancement Guide
The GFWC Fundraising Advancement Guide from the GFWC Club Manual is designed to provide your club with details on how to create a successful fundraising program that can help generate revenue to support your club projects and initiatives. This guide also includes contact information for the national Fundraising Committee as well as information about fundraising awards.
GFWC Endorsed Fundraisers
GFWC endorses select companies that have programs designed to assist clubs in their fundraising efforts. The club earns a commission based on the amount of product sold. Awards may be presented for outstanding achievement by clubs and individuals.
|Flower Power Fundraising offers only the finest bulbs and plants available from growers in Holland and the United States with an unconditional 100% money-back guarantee. Flower Power Resources|
|Terri Lynn has over 75 years of family tradition offering healthy and delicious gourmet products. Earn profits for you and your club selling premium nuts, chocolate confections, and scrumptious dried fruit selections. For more information, visit Terri Lynn at www.terrilynnfundraising.com or call toll free 800-323-0775 and ask for department GFWC15.|
Mary Ellen Brock
A clubwoman for 40 years, GFWC International President Mary Ellen Brock has served on all positions of the Executive Committee, GFWC New Jersey Legislation/Resolutions Committee member, GFWC New Jersey Past State President’s Club President, and North Jersey Women’s Club Treasurer.
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 Marlton Woman’s Club
The GFWC Marlton Woman’s Club (New Jersey) has 41 members who are always trying to put a smile on the faces of others. President Lisa Levin said, “My goal has always been to work together as a club, making our members shine, and making a significant difference in the lives of others.” She also encourages leadership and engagement by motivating members to be a chairperson or to be part of a committee.