Who are we?

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is a volunteer community service organization that promotes education, supports the arts, preserves natural resources, encourages healthy life styles, stresses civic involvement, and works toward world peace and understanding.

GFWC - Washington State meets in April for a convention and in the Fall for a board meeting and workshops. All club members are welcome to attend both the convention and board meeting.

We have clubs in many towns around Washington State. Each club selects the projects that they want to work on. Members are given the opportunity to be a part of their community, to learn more about their communities, to practice leadership skills and build a lifetime of friendships.


GFWC ~ WS President's Theme

GFWC ~ WS President's Project

The Call to the GFWC~WS 2019 Spring Convention

Go to Spring Convention page

Read Susan Tyler's Special to The Seattle Times  on  "Why we need  global efforts to prevent measles at home"

The Spring online newsletter of the GFWC Women's History and Resource Center has an article about Federation Forest by Washington State's  Charlene Lysne and Susan Tyler

Go to the article

(scroll down to the Federation Forest part)

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