GFWC Clubwoman Magazine is the premier publication of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, and one of the most useful and beneficial communication tools we have to inform and educate our members. Published bi-monthly, the magazine is a source for insightful and informative content that keeps subscribers in tune with all things GFWC. In addition, Clubwoman Magazine promotes regular features each issue, such as:
President’s Letter: Words of wisdom from the GFWC International President
Bits and Bites: All the news that’s fit to print – in bite-sized bits!
GFWC Shares: A fun, visual snapshot of what is going on in GFWC’s social media universe
I’m A Clubwoman: A spotlight feature on one outstanding clubwoman making a difference in her community
Volunteers In Action: Snapshots of the great community work GFWC clubs around the country and the world have accomplished
Call To Convention: Every March+April issue of Clubwoman Magazine contains this essential feature, which highlights the most up-to-date info on the upcoming GFWC Annual Convention in June
One complimentary copy of Clubwoman Magazine is delivered to each club president at her home address. However, it is not hers alone. This is your club’s magazine. Be sure to ask your president to make it available at your next club meeting.
You can subscribe to GFWC Clubwoman Magazine online via Marketplace, by mailing in this form, or by contacting Membership Services at 202-347-3168 or toll-free at 800-443-4392. Don’t miss out on this valuable, informative publication!
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.