Annual Program Statistics Report

2019 Program Statistics

Each year, GFWC calculates the total amount of projects, volunteer hours, and both in-kind and dollars donated for the work of its clubs. Below are the calculations for the most recent data available. These nine sections of the Annual Program Statistics Report are based on the two special programs, six community service programs, and the advancement programs that were active in the 2019 calendar year.

Signature Program

Number of Projects: 3,905
Volunteer Hours: 132,239
Dollars Donated: $ 726,048.7
In-Kind Donations: $ 981,700.07

Juniors’ Special Program

Number of Projects: 3,796
Volunteer Hours: 137,388
Dollars Donated: $ 1,446,913.26
In-Kind Donations: $ 836,873.24


Number of Projects: 7,615
Volunteer Hours: 513,627
Dollars Donated: $ 1,046,786.15
In-Kind Donations: $ 600,833.61


Number of Projects: 6,799
Volunteer Hours: 358,872.5
Dollars Donated: $ 589,264.45
In-Kind Donations: $ 832,912.73


Number of Projects: 11,247
Volunteer Hours: 696,870.3
Dollars Donated: $ 4,553,637.69
In-Kind Donations: $ 1,796,422.79

Home Life

Number of Projects: 14,125
Volunteer Hours: 945,529.25
Dollars Donated: $ 3,380,303.58
In-Kind Donations: $ 2,981,820.64

International Outreach

Number of Projects: 4,727
Volunteer Hours: 168,120.55
Dollars Donated: $ 806,065.35
In-Kind Donations: $ 681,701.05

Public Issues

Number of Projects: 8,816
Volunteer Hours: 381,443.5
Dollars Donated: $ 1,288,218.36
In-Kind Donations: $ 3,255,825.83

Advancement Programs

Number of Projects: 44,279
Volunteer Hours: 3,062,218.26
Dollars Spent: $ 3,824,884.48



Number of Projects: 152,537
Volunteer Hours: 6,396,308.86
Dollars Donated: $ 14,142,835.70
In-Kind Donations: $ 12,057,071.24

*Statistical totals include Affiliate Organization donations.


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