GFWC is not currently accepting applications for tax-exempt status under GFWC’s group exemption.
Applications are accepted once an administration. GFWC will announce when applications will be accepted again in Clubwoman Magazine, News & Notes, social media, and on this website.
As part of the application process, clubs and state federations are required to incorporate GFWC into their name and follow the same fiscal year as GFWC which is July 1 to June 30. Applicants may also have to change their current bylaws to reflect the stated mission or purpose of a 501(c)(3) organization, which is charitable. Bylaws will also have to include provisions that clubs and state federations will not raise funds for private interests or an individual and, that should the organization disband, all funds raised would be distributed to another 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Applicants would have a year to complete necessary changes once GFWC receives and approves the group exemption application.
Applicants will be notified if they are approved for inclusion. Once an application is approved, clubs or state federations have one year to amend bylaws.
Approved applicants must agree to send a representative to attend a group exemption workshop at GFWC’s annual convention.
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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.
GFWC Millington Junior Women's Club
Each year April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Kathleen Sweeney, Executive Director/Forensic Interviewer of The Child Advocacy Center of Tuscola County (CACTC), spoke at GFWC Millington Junior Women's Club (Michigan) monthly meeting and told members that 10% of the 235 reported cases of child abuse in 2017 in Tuscola County were from Millington Township, including Millington. It inspired them to take action with the "Color Me Blue" Project.