2017 Program Statistics
The GFWC Annual Report is a snapshot in time, showcasing clubwomen’s commitment to the Federation’s mission. 2017 was a year of excitement, energy, and enthusiasm as GFWC continued to empower members to open doors in their communities. Donations of both time and money enabled GFWC to improve the lives of countless individuals and communities. Of course, this work is not done, and GFWC clubwomen look forward to the results of 2018 and what they can accomplish together in 2019.
The below statistical totals include partner donations.
Number of Projects: 206,431
Volunteer Hours: 7,370,038.15
Dollars Donated: $ 56,451,713.35
In-Kind Donations: $11,022,507.49
Number of Projects: 5,504
Volunteer Hours: 152,211
Dollars Donated: $ 1,095,777.76
In-Kind Donations: $ 1,160,946.14
Juniors’ Special Program
Number of Projects: 3,390
Volunteer Hours: 127,555
Dollars Donated: $ 1,449,947.93
In-Kind Donations: $ 425,651.11
Number of Projects: 12,428
Volunteer Hours: 601,316
Dollars Donated: $ 1,035,913.27
In-Kind Donations: $ 735,204.21
Number of Projects: 7,698
Volunteer Hours: 420,029
Dollars Donated: $ 684,718.44
In-Kind Donations: $ 679,310.90
Number of Projects: 11,248
Volunteer Hours: 590,643
Dollars Donated: $ 4,758,773.97
In-Kind Donations: $ 1,955,366.91
Number of Projects: 36,452
Volunteer Hours: 1,342,889.85
Dollars Donated: $ 4,075,353.92
In-Kind Donations: $ 2,997,209.11
Number of Projects: 5,525
Volunteer Hours: 142,560
Dollars Donated: $ 822,298.33
In-Kind Donations: $ 568,010.03
Number of Projects: 9,892
Volunteer Hours: 445,913.61
Dollars Donated: $ 1,447,585.83
In-Kind Donations: $ 2,382,144.45
Number of Projects: 63,258
Volunteer Hours: 3,282,763.55
Dollars Donated: $ 40,982,304.14
In-Kind Donations: $ 118,864.63
Karen Griggsby may be new to GFWC, but her impact is already being felt.
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.
Mesquite Club, Inc.
The Mesquite Club, Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nevada, started out the club year with 120 members and now has 132 members. How has the club gained a dozen new members over such a short time? One reason is Club President Cherie Williams’ commitment to raising public awareness of the club in any way possible.