February 23 2018. Every teenager gets asked what they want to do when they grow up. With so many options, it can be difficult for them to answer. Clubs like the GFWC Northboro Junior Woman’s Club (Massachusetts) and the GFWC Dublin San Ramon Women’s Club (California) are making the question easier by offering career fairs and conferences for teenagers in their community!
February 14 2018. There are tried and true fundraising techniques that bring GFWC clubs success every year, but sometimes a club thinks outside the box. By tapping into the otherworldly, these GFWC clubs have created unique events that serve them well.
February 9 2018. While Valentine’s Day is mostly associated with romance, it has become more common to celebrate all forms of love. GFWC clubs take the holiday as an opportunity to open their hearts to their communities.
February 2 2018. Mardi Gras is a celebratory day, and many GFWC clubs take it as an opportunity to celebrate their communities!
January 26 2018. In honor of January 31st being National Inspire Your Heart with Art Day, we want to celebrate the artistic projects that GFWC clubs have done.
January 19 2018. January is National Blood Donor Month, meant to promote blood donation during what has proven to be the most difficult time of year to recruit donors. Learn how GFWC clubs are helping the supply meet the demand.
January 12 2018. In acknowledgement of National Poverty in America Awareness Month, here are some ways that you can address the poverty problem we have in this country!
January 5 2018. January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month, and 2018’s theme is “Prevent to Protect: Prevent Infections for Baby’s Protection”. What can you do to help?
December 19 2017. GFWC clubwomen are filling the holidays with music! Read to learn about how clubs are caroling for a cause and bringing smiles to their communities this Christmas.
December 15 2017. The holidays are filled with traditions that get everyone ready for the season. One popular tradition GFWC clubs have to kickoff Christmas in their communities is hosting a Breakfast with Santa!
Justine, whose husband Paul is a Vietnam Army veteran, has been an active clubwoman for 17 years. If there’s a club office, she’s held it.
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 Towanda Nokomis
With eight members, the GFWC Towanda Nokomis is proving that a small group of committed citizens can, in fact, change the world.