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  Please use this form to make donations in Memory of Fran Edwards, GFWC Virginia President.



Workshop 1     Workshop 2     Workshop 3



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.

DID YOU KNOW...  February is

Canned foods are an important staple for food pantries and food banks.  They are easy to store, they don’t break, they are nutritious foods, they are easy to transport and for the homeless some canned goods are a “meal in a can”. When donating to a hunger-relief charity, keep these most-needed canned food items in mind as they are always on the wish list:
        Canned Proteins
        Canned Fruits
        Canned Vegetables

Some clubs have used Super Bowl as a time to collect “soup” for their local food pantry. If you missed that opportunity, don’t worry, you still have the rest of February to celebrate National Canned Food Month by collecting canned goods for your local 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>