Membership Information:

As a member of this organization you will have the opportunity to work with women on an international, state and local basis serving the needs of your community. By joining this group, you become a member of the oldest and one of the world's largest women's volunteer organizations, the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC).

Advantages of Membership

Leadership development
Legislative action programs
National and state publications
Fellowship and networking
Personal growth
Group support in accomplishing objectives

Clubs Are Divided into Three Types

Women's Clubs
Junior Women's Clubs
Juniorette Clubs (ages 12-18)

How It Works

The GFWC Florida Federation of Women's Clubs is a non-profit volunteer organization whose purpose is to promote and provide civic, educational and charitable activities (History).

Projects and programs are suggested by GFWC and GFWC FL, then may be tailored by the local clubs to suit the particular needs of the community. Florida clubs are organized into fourteen districts.

Working through the national, state and district structures, clubs have the ability to utilize expertise available at all levels. Communication among various levels provides members the opportunity to participate in current, timely service projects as well as changing aspects of longstanding programs to keep the volunteer work vital.

How to Become a Member

Contact a club in your area. Fill out the necessary paperwork, become familiar with their procedures and bylaws. You can also contact GFWC FL 2nd VP/Membership Chairman for Women Linda O'Toole or Junior Director Kelly Homes for Juniors or Juniorette Advisor for Juniorettes