Enhance the lives of others through volunteer service.

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Welcome to the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in North Carolina

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of North Carolina (GFWC-NC) is united in its dedication to volunteer community
service. We are diverse in age, interests and experiences, and are united by a desire to create positive change in our communities.
Together, we transform lives every day.

Established in 1890, GFWC and its over one million members represent more than 20 countries. Each member club maintains its identity and focus while benefitting from strength that comes from being a part of the international service organization whose motto is “Unity in Diversity”.

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The Benefits of Belonging

  • Quarterly GFWC-NC Clubwoman magazine
  • Representation on Capitol Hill
  • Access to State & National Program resource materials
  • Access to GFWC Public Policy Updates & Legislative Alerts
  • Access to State & National Headquarters with professional staff
  • Representation & membership with State & National organizations
  • Access to the Women's History & Resource Center in Washington, DC
  • Access to Epsilon Sigma Omicron (ESO) honorary educational society
  • Participation in all levels of Federation awards programs
  • Access to all levels of Federation educational workshops & training sessions

…and much more.

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Community News & Announcements

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September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Grandparent’s Day, District Meetings

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