Your contributions help GFWC fund club grants and awards, maintain GFWC Headquarters as a National Historic Landmark, support the GFWC Women’s History and Resource Center, and meet community needs in times of disaster.
Your donation may be tax deductible (according to current tax laws), and there are a number of funds, plans, and programs designed to maximize your commitment to assisting GFWC and its members in meeting the mission of enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.
You can support any and all of these funds via GFWC’s Member Portal. You can also mail a check. Be sure to specify which fund you wish to support, and mail your check to:
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs
1734 N Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Thank you for your donation!
Campaign for the Future
Gifts to Headquarters
Domestic Violence and Prevention
Jane Croly Gravesite Fund
Library Replenishment Fund
Seven Grand Initiatives
Friends of WHRC
Serving as MVR President has been a wonderful experience. I’ve been able to work with members from my own state of Missouri for my first Region Conference and from Iowa for my second Regional Conference. Having been able to get to know our International President, President-elect, and the Presidents from the other 7 Regions has been an enlightening and wonderful experience. I’ve learned so very much from each of them!
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.