GFWC News

Mental Health Awareness Advocate to Speak at Convention Opening Business Session

May 20 2021. John T. Broderick, Jr. will promote awareness and understanding of mental illness at the 2021 GFWC Annual Convention Opening Business Session on Saturday, August 28.

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Equal Pay Advocate Lilly Ledbetter Speaks at Convention

May 13 2021. GFWC is honored to have Lilly Ledbetter speaking at the 2021 GFWC Annual Convention.

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GFWC Strives to Remove the Stigma of Mental Illness This Month

May 6 2021. Throughout the month of May, GFWC is encouraging it’s clubwomen to raise awareness about the importance of mental health in their communities.

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Annual Program Statistics Report Released

May 3 2021. The most recent data is available in the 2020 Annual Program Statistics Report.

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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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Blog

October 19

Volunteers in Action: GFWC Greater West Palm Beach Women’s Club and GFWC North Central Junior Alumnae Club

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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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