GFWC Virginia Projects

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.

 

STATE PROJECT:  Dare to Dream of No Hunger

 

COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLICITY WORKSHOPS  (You must have Power Point to open)

Workshop 1     Workshop 2     Workshop 3

PHOTO WORKSHOP - GFWC VIRGINIA Conference 2013

STATE FAIR VOLUNTEERS

ARTS CONTESTS BOOKLET   (Presidents, Please make the following changes to your hard copy version: 

For Students, should be:

Grades K, 1 and 2

Grades 3,4, and 5

Grades 6,7 and 8

Grades 9,10,11,and 12

 

WEB DESIGN NOTES:    A website isn't always the best choice for your club.  How about setting up a club Facebook page?

Website Orientation for GFWC Virginia Officers and Chairmen

Website Tips

Setting up your Website

Common Mistakes Found on Club Websites

Website Contest - Entry due March 1

 

Rules for Submitting Project Info for Online Publication to this Page
  • This page is for state sponsored projects only.

  • One page/file only.

  • Send information as Word doc, email text or Adobe pdf.

  • Include your email address as an active link within the file.

  • In lieu of a file, a 50 word or less paragraph with an email link is an acceptable submission.

  • Please check your spelling and grammar and place in text of email message.

  • Email to Web Designer and State President.



Winners of the special monetary awards

presented for the State Project!

District contributing most money: 
  Lee District $1434
    Donation going to: Feedmore Richmond
Awards based on amount contributed per member:
  Small Club General: GFWC Hermitage Woman’s Club $12.50/member – Lee District
  Donation going to Richmond Area Foodbanks Feedmore
  Small Club Junior:  GFWC River City Jr Woman’s Club $77.78/member- Southside District
    Donation going to Feedmore
  Large Club General:  GFWC Swift Creek Woman’s Club $3.13/member – Lee District
    Donation going to Colonial Heights Food Pantry
                                     
State Project Chairman:  Linda Beatty

GFWC members create global change working on a local level—they select projects and programs by determining the specific needs of the communities in which they live and work every day./font>