GFWC’s “United by Our Diversity” Recruitment Campaign
Help your club recruit members and get recognition for it! Report your successful recruitment events and new members to GFWC Headquarters as part of GFWC’s Recruitment Campaign. The 2018-2020 GFWC Membership Committee theme is United by Our Diversity!
Plan creative membership recruitment campaigns and events around the many national awareness and commemoration months and days aligned with GFWC Special Programs and Community Service Programs. See the 2018-2020 GFWC Club Manual for more information about GFWC Membership, Special Programs, and Community Service Programs. You can also find a list of themed celebration days and months in the current GFWC Year in Pictures Calendar.
|Retention||June, July and August
due September 1
due December 1
|Mentoring|| December, January
Recruitment Report due March 1
|Recognition|| March, April and May
Recruitment Report due June 1
Clubs achieving and reporting three new members on the GFWC Recruitment Campaign Report form (under “R” on the Resources page) will be recognized in GFWC Clubwoman Magazine. Please submit a report even if your club only recruited one or two new members. Every Member Counts!
Funding is now available to help underwrite membership recruiting and rebuilding in your community. GFWC is offering $50 grants for club member recruitment programs four times annually. The application process is straightforward and easy to complete. Apply today for the funding necessary to conduct a successful recruiting event.
As a single mother of two boys requiring emergency medical care in the past, GFWC Oconomowoc Junior Woman’s Club member Elizabeth Davy was determined to work with her club and Emergency Medical Services for Children to fund pediatric jump kit bags for Wisconsin EMS departments.
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 Wake Forest Woman’s Club
The GFWC Wake Forest Woman’s Club, located in Wake Forest, North Carolina, has served the community for over 50 years. From sponsoring the establishment of the Wake Forest Public Library in 1961 to creating the Books for Laundromats program in 2011, members enjoy keeping busy.