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GFWC Community Service Programs and Special Projects

  • Arts Community Service Program encourages members to promote and support arts activities in their clubs, schools, and communities.  
  • Conservation Community Service Program encourages awareness of our natural resources, protect habitats for plants and animals, and develop sustainable habits
  • Education Community Service Program provides scholarships, literacy programs, and educational material. Having founded over 474 public libraries and 4,655 traveling libraries in the 1930s, the ALA credited GFWC with establishing 75% of America’s public libraries. 
  • Home Life Community Service Program provides opportunities and resources to meet and address needs through volunteering such as healthy lifestyle; increase awareness, prevention, research, and treatment of disease; target personal development; address the issues of hunger, inadequate housing, and homelessness; and prevent or correct financial difficulties. 
  • International Outreach Community Service Program supports the global community as we are not isolated from the issues effecting so many others worldwide such as hunger, poverty, preventable diseases, human trafficking, the lack of clean drinking water, and education
  • Public Issues Community Service Program is designed to actively connect members with projects and activities relating to civic and social responsibilities focusing on citizenship, military personnel, disaster preparedness, and safety and crime prevention.
  • Juniors Special Program-Advocates for Children is designed to encourage all Women’s, Junior, Juniorette, and International Affiliate clubs to make a difference in our world by becoming advocates for children. Members may choose to organize projects that benefit children in their community, state, or the world. 
  • GFWC Signature Program-Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention's goal is to increase awareness of and help prevent the widespread occurrence of domestic abuse and violence against women by working with national domestic violence networks, supporting existing activities, working with established programs, and initiating educational opportunities for club members and local citizens.