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.
It is time for clubs to start thinking about reports.  All you need to know about reporting and the necessary forms can be found at the bottom of the Forms and Reporting Tools page.

GFWC Virginia group takes a trolley ride thru historic
Fredericksburg, Virginia at 2014 Conference.
Happenings Around GFWC Virginia

Membership includes 8 districts and 190 clubs

Check out the article in Coastal Virginia Magazine – our own Susie Mowry is listed as one of 10 Leading Ladies in the Tidewater Area!  Way to go Susie!


The Farmville Herald

Inspiring Green Learners


Former CIA Officers Speak to McLean Woman’s Club

about 1980 Rescue of Iran Hostages and Resulting “Argo” Movie


Retired CIA officer Tony Mendez, who in 1980 engineered the rescue of six American diplomats in Iran, recounted, together with his wife Jonna, the details of the rescue at the November 4th meeting of the McLean Woman’s Club. They also described their part in the making of the 2012 award-winning U.S. movie “Argo,” which was based on the operation. Before and after the talk, the Mendezes, both former operations officers and disguise specialists, signed and sold copies of two of their three books, including “Argo,” which describes the 1980 events. --Laura Sheridan, Woman’s Club of McLean


Photo credit: Laura Sheridan


The GFWC Virginia Clubwoman and Yearbook
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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.