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WE ARE AFFILIATED WITH GFWC GEORGIA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS AND THE GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION HEADQUARTERED IN WASHINGTON D.C. WE ARE A MEMBER OF GFWC GEORGIA'S CENTRAL EAST DISTRICT.
OUR PROJECTS INCLUDE SIDE BY SIDE BRAIN INJURY CLUBHOUSE, ART STATION, RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE, EASTER SEALS, COMMUNITY GARDEN, RELAY FOR LIFE, USO, VA HOSPITAL, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER, SAFE KIDS, TALLULAH FALLS SCHOOL, WELLSPRING LIVING, SUE KELLOGG LIBRARY, AND MANY MORE.
GFWC CELEBRATES 128 YEARS
OF VOLUNTEER SERVICE
GFWC members volunteered over six million hours last year
March 25, 2016 (Washington, D.C.) – The General Federation
of Women’s Clubs, an international women’s organization dedicated
to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through
volunteer service, will celebrate 126 years of volunteering on
Nearly 100,000 members strong and with clubs in every
U.S. state and eleven countries, GFWC is the world’s largest
nonpartisan, nondenominational, international women’s organization.
“Together, we can improve our future by Living the Volunteer Spirit
today,” said Babs J. Condon, who serves as GFWC 50th International
GFWC clubs and clubwomen are the fabric that binds not only the
Federation, but the communities in which they live and work. By Living
the Volunteer Spirit, GFWC clubwomen transform lives each day, not
simply with monetary donations, but with hands-on tangible projects
that provide immediate impact. With a grassroots approach that often
thinks locally but impacts globally, GFWC, its clubs and members remain
committed to serving as a force for global good, as it has done since its
formation 126 years ago.
GFWC is committed to remain a leading voice in areas our members
are active in every day. As an organization dedicated to community
improvement, we must take action on important topics that impact the
quality of life for all–especially those related to women and girls, early
childhood education, and veterans’ services.
WE HAVE TWO CONVENIENT MEETING TIMES. WE MEET THE SECOND TUESDAY IN THE EVENING OR THE SECOND THURSDAY IN THE MORNING FOR THOSE WHO CAN ATTEND A DAY MEETING. MEETINGS ARE HELD AT THE SMWC CLUBHOUSE.
Discovered as a new species of flower in 1946, this flower, also known as the confederate daisy, can only be found within a radius of 60 miles around the MountainThe month of August begins the growing season for these flowers which thrive in shallow soil located on the granite outcrops of the mountain. The Stone Mountain Woman's Club has adopted this flower as an icon for our club.
GFWC Stone Mountain Woman's Club
Community Service Since 1929