Programs and Special Projects
GFWC Community Service Programs and Special Programs focus on major issues that affect our communities daily—supporting women’s health, preserving natural resources, promoting literacy and equality, citizen advocacy, and encouraging volunteer service—and fall into the following areas of focus:
Signature Project: Domestic Violence Awareness
ARTS - Community Service Program (CSP)
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The Arts Community Service Program is designed to enable members to create and contribute to art education and activities in their communities as participation in the arts helps raise public consciousness and connects members and clbus with their communities.
The Conservation CSP is designed to enable members to gain an understanding and appreciation of all aspects of our environment and world's resources, natural and man-made.
GFWC Home Life is designed to inform members of issues that affect the well-being of individuals, families, and communities by providing opportunities and resources to meet and address needs through volunteering.
The Education CSP intends to improve literacy and education awareness in communities at home and around the world.
International Outreach is designed to enable members to become better world citizens through advocacy, education, and action, which in turn affect change in and for our global friends and their communities.
Public Issues is designed to enable members to continue its longstanding advocacy and proven historic involvement towards investigation and development of programs and projects relating to veterans, citizenship, and safety.
JUNIOR'S SPECIAL PROGRAM - ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN
GFWC 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.