Clubwomen Everywhere Plant Trees Today

April 30 2021. Today is national Arbor Day, and GFWC has encouraged clubwomen throughout the Federation to plant trees in their communities.

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GFWC Celebrates Federation Day

April 24 2021. Read more about GFWC's 2021 celebration of Federation Day.

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GFWC Challenges Clubwomen to Restore the Earth Today

April 22 2021. Clubwomen throughout the Federation are participating in Earth Day today, April 22.

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Convention Registration Now Open

April 1 2021.

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GFWC Participates in Read Across America Day

March 2 2021. GFWC and its clubwomen have long supported Read Across America Day, an annual effort every March 2 that focuses on encouraging children to read

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GFWC Celebrates Women’s History Month

March 1 2021. March is an important time for GFWC as it recognizes women’s contributions to history, culture, and society for Women's History Month.

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First “President’s Pick” From GFWC Blog Announced

January 15 2021. The first club project designated as a “President’s Pick” for its individual merit, plus its adaptability for use by other clubs, has been announced. Congratulations to the Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove!

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Oh, What a Wonderful Holiday Open House!

December 23 2020. GFWC held a remote Holiday Open House on December 16.

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Join the International President for “The Best of Britain”

October 20 2020. On July 21-30, 2021, “The Best of Britain” tour visits some of International President Marian St.Clair's favorite places in England!

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Seeking Success for Survivors Scholarship Applications

October 1 2020. The call for GFWC's 2021 Success for Survivors Scholarship applications is now open.

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April 27

Volunteers in Action: Naples Woman’s Club, Lisle Woman’s Club, Exeter Area GFWC, and Woman’s Club of Fredericksburg

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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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