Named for our esteemed Washington, DC address – 1734 N Street – the purpose of the 1734 Society is to ensure the preservation of GFWC Headquarters, a National Historic Landmark. By joining in the 1734 Society you maintain the structural integrity of this historic building which continues to serve as a vital center for women’s issues and outreach all while demonstrating your pride and commitment to GFWC
Built in 1875, and established as GFWC Headquarters in 1922, the building has a rich history, serves as a residence to the International President during her administration, serves as professional office space, and houses the GFWC Women’s History and Resource Center.
All annual membership levels include the benefits listed below:
Mildren Carlson Ahlgren Level
$17.34 to 173.39
Mary King Sherman Level
$173.40 to $1,733.99
Alice Ames Winter Level
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.
Junior Woman's Club of State College
When Robbin Zirkle moved back to the area after grad school, she addressed the challenge many people face as adults—making new friends— by joining the Junior Woman’s Club of State College (Pennsylvania). GFWC provided her a place to connect with like-minded women who shared her passion for community service.