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Administration Theme 2018-2020

Spread Joy, Serve Others
Junior Theme 2018-2020

Forms and Reporting Tools

Executive Board 

Junior Executive Board

Special Appointments, Standing Committees and Community Service Programs

Training Workshops

Change of Address E-Form for District/State Officers and Chairmen and newsletter subscribers

2017 Annual Report - A Compilation of Reports Distributed at the 111th Annual Convention, May 3-6, 2018



Leadership Resources

Are you planning a leadership activity in your club and at a loss for what to do?  These people, documents, and websites are sure to help you make it to the winner’s circle.


Dale Fisher, First VP

Jenny Hinegardner, Assistant Jr. Director

What is Federation?

                      The Federation Family

Leadership at a Glance

                      Resource List 

Policies & Bylaws state the following:

(Article XIV, Section 3)

"No one may release the roster of GFWC Virginia or a district for any purpose except business approved by the President of GFWC Virginia."



Financial Guidelines #5

GFWC Virginia Officers and Chairmen invited by clubs (excluding Official District Visit) shall be reimbursed by the hostess club at the rate of 25 cents per mile, one-way.  Meals and overnight lodging, when necessary for the trip, shall be be provided by the hostess club.

Notable GFWC clubwomen include Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the United States of America, social reformer, columnist, teacher, and political activist; Jane Addams, founder of Hull House; Julia Ward Howe, author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic;” Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman to ever be elected to both Houses of Congress, and the first woman to campaign for the presidential nomination of a major political party; and Nellie Tayloe Ross, the first female governor and the first woman to be appointed Director of the United States Mint.