GFWC Georgia’s mission is to enhance the lives of others in our local communities through volunteer service. GFWC Georgia and its 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.
Our State organization is composed of 108 women’s clubs divided into 6 districts throughout the State of Georgia. A woman’s club can be either of general, junior or juniorette status, whose membership provides volunteer service to their community. To date, there are approximately 2,700 members through the State. Every Georgia clubwoman is also a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC). GFWC is one of the world’s largest and oldest nonpartisan, nondenominational, women’s volunteer service organization, headquartered in Washington, D.C. It has a long history of philanthropy, social and political advocacy and community leadership.
By joining a woman’s club in your area, you have the opportunity to work with other women to improve the social, cultural and physical needs in your city or town. In so doing, you will meet and make new friends, gain in knowledge, and become a better citizen of your community.
We guarantee through membership in GFWC Georgia you will grow as a person in leadership and will bring new interests into your home. We believe much more can be accomplished when there are many working together in the same interest and belief than when trying to act as an individual.
Areas of Involvement:
Clubwomen are encouraged to select work wherein their interest lies. There is something for everyone who becomes a member of the Federation. Click here to learn more about The six Community Service Programs (Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach, Public Issues).
Special Project Committees include:
- Domestic Violence
- Community Improvement
- Tallulah Falls School (founded by GFWC Georgia in 1909)
- 1734 Society
Advancement Areas include:
- Communications & Public Relations
- Public Policy & Legislation
- Leadership Development
- Women’s History & Resource Center
Our Motto: Wisdom, Justice and Moderation
The club colors are green and white
Club flower: Cherokee Rose