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General Federation of Womens Club 

GFWC Partnerships

Program Partners

GFWC partners are the organizations with whom GFWC has established a formal relationship and mutual understanding. Our partners offer unique and customized  services: materials, speakers, kits, and/or additional information specifically designed for GFWC clubs. GFWC is proud to partner with a number of dynamic and impactful organizations. Together, we are working to improve our communities and better our world.

Signature Project: Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention

Prevent Child Abuse America

Prevent Child Abuse America is the leading national, not-for-profit organization whose sole mission is "to prevent the abuse and neglect of  our nation's children." Prevention is defined as the abuse or neglect never occurring. The Prevent Child Abuse America is a national office located in Chicago, Illinois, and its network included 47 statewide prevention chapters.

Juniors' Special Project: Advocates for Children

March of Dimes

The mission of March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. They carry out the mission through research, community services, education, and advocacy to save babies lives. They help moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies, and if something goes wrong, they offer information and comfort to families.


St. Jude Children's Research Hospital mission is to advance cures, and means prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment is based on race, religion, or family's abilty to pay.

Conservation Community Service Program

Alliance for Community Trees (ACTrees) is a national nonprofit organization founded in 1993 that is dedicated to improving the health and livability of cities by planting and caring for trees. ACTrees engages volunteers to take action to improve the environment where over 90% of people live: in cities, towns, and metropolitan areas. Together ACTrees member organizations have planted and cared for more than 15 million trees with help from over 5 million volunteers.

In 2014, ACTrees leadership assessed the Strategic Plan and identified the need to reinvigorate its messaging and goals. After careful reflection, the Mission, Vision, and Strategic Plan were revised.

Education Community Service Program

Founded in 1958, HOBY's mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service, and innovation. For more than five decades, HOBY has been inspiring young people to make a differnce and become a catalysts for positive change in their home, school, workplace, and community. HOBY also provides adults with opportunities to make a significant impact on the lives of youth by volunteering. More than 4,000 committed HOBY volunteers plan and execute the programs each year. Due to the selfless efforts of volunteers and the contributions of generous donors, nearly 10,000 students participate in HOBY programs annually.

Home Life Community Service Program

Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships. Headquartered in Santa Rosa, CA, CCI is the largest non-profit provider of assistance dogs, and is recognized worldwide for the excllence of its dogs, and the quality and longevity of the matches it makes between dogs and people. The result is a life full of increased independence and loving companionship.
Easter Seals provides services to ensure that all persons with disabilities  have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play. Easter Seals assists more than one million children and adults with disabilities and their families annually through a nationwide network of more than 550 service centers. Each center provides top quality, family focused, and innovative services tailored to meet the specific needs of the community it serves.
To make women more aware of the danger of heart disease, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) is sponsoring a national program called The Heart Truth®, in partnership with many national and community organizations. The program’s goal is to raise awareness about heart disease and its risk factors among women and educate and motivate them to take action to prevent the disease and control its risk factors.
National Symbol-The centerpiece of The Heart Truth is the Red Dress®, which was introduced as the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness in 2002 by the NHLBI. The Red Dress® reminds women of the need to protect their heart health and inspires them to take action to lower their risk for the disease.
Primary Objectives:
Increase awareness that heart disease is the leading cause of death among women.
Increase awareness of the risk factors for heart disease.
Increase awareness that having risk factors can lead to heart disease, disability, and death.
Increase perceived susceptibility to heart disease (e.g. an individual’s perception she may be at personal risk for heart disease).
Increase the number of women who intend to take action to prevent heart disease and/or control its risk factors.
Secondary Objective
Increase the frequency of conversations between women and their health care provider about risk for heart disease and importance of taking preventive action.
 Get the Facts About Gynecologic Cancer campaign educates women and health care providers about the five most common types of gynecologic cancer:
This initiative was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and supports the Gynecologic Cancer Educaiton and Awareness Act of 2005, or Johanna's Law, passed unamiously by Congress in 2006, and signed into law in 2007. Inside Knowledge offers information and resources in English and Spanish to women and health care providers about risk factors, symptoms, and prevention strategies associated with each of the cancers.

International Outreach Community Service Program

For more than 65 years, Heifer International has provided gifts of livestock and environmentall-sound agicultural training to improve the lives of those who struggle daily for reliable sources of food and income. Since 1944, Heifer has helped 15 million families in more than 125 countries through training in livestock development and livestock gifts that multiply.




Operation Smile is an international children's medical charity focused on restoring children's smiles through performing surgery on facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft  palate. They are dedicated to raising awareness of this life-threatening issue and providing lasting solutions that will allow children to be healed., regardless of financial standing, well into the future. Operation Smile's free surgeries and medical missions are made possible by the thousands of volunteers and donors, throughout the world, who generously contribute time, talent and resources.
A United Nations Foundation's campaign, seeks to educate, connect, and empower Americans to champion vaccines in order to save children in developing countries. Every 20 seconds, a child dies of a vaccine-preventable disease like pneumonia, diarrhea, measles, and polio. You can help save a child's life by encouraging, learning about, advocating for, and donating vaccines.


For more than six decades, GFWC has supported UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, in its efforts to ensure the world's most vulnerable children have access to health, and immunization, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency and disaster relief, and more.

How long does it take to get water?or Aysha, 8 hours a day

Public Issues Community Service Programs

Bridging and Bonding
Are you concerned about the decline in your club's membership? Is it a struggle to find volunteers? Have you ever wondered, "Where are the young people?" Holding a Bridging and Bonding conversation will help your club explore these questions. Invite club members, family, friends, or members of other organizaions. The ideal size is about 12-18 participaynts. A Bridging and Bonding conversation can help your club strenghten ties with our organizations and increase your visibility and membership. Your club will be recognized at the GFWC International Convention and contribute to a GFWC national report on the issue.

Sew Much Comfort

Sew Much Comfort provides adaptive clothing to suppoert the unique needs of our wounded service personeel members, including all branches of the military and national guard. Unfortunately, stand clothing does not properly fit with fixators, prosthetics, and casts. For many, hospital gown is the only option. SMC adapts store-bought or sewn clothing using our custom-designed patterns. The clothing is designed to appear as normal civillian clothing, and is constructed for ease of dressing, fostering self-care.  Most of all, it is a symbol o f gratotide for their sacrifice.
Millions of times each year at hundreds of locations around the world, the USO lifts the spirits of America's troops and their families. A nonprofit, congressionally chartered, private organization, the USO relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations to support its activities. The USO is not part of the U.S. governement, but is recognized by the Department of Defense, Congress and President of the United States, who serves as Honorary Chariman of the USO.
A Leading Voice for Highway Safety

Semitrailer trucks play a vital role in the U.S. economy and transportation system, but longer, heavier trucks endanger motorists, weaken our roads and bridges, and cost taxpayers billions of dollars every year in highway subsidies. A leading voice in opposing more dangerous truck configurations, the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks (CABT) is a national, nonprofit grassroots organization that advocates for highway safety and sound transportation policies.

Stand with law enforcement officers, EMTs, safety leaders, engineers, independent truck drivers and elected officials, and voice your opposition to bigger trucks on our nation’s highways.

Are we willing to compromise the safety of thousands of motorists every day just to haul more freight? Are we willing to spend billions to repair bridges damaged by bigger trucks? Who will pay the price for an 11-percent higher fatal crash rate for multi-trailer trucks? Who will pick up the tab when 97,000-pound trucks only repay 50 percent of their highway damage?

Several proposals in Congress would increase the national truck weight limit to 97,000 pounds—an additional 17,000 pounds to existing truck weight—and other proposals call for longer double-trailer trucks and triple-trailer trucks.

Coalition Against Bigger Trucks