Community Service Programs

The best resource for your club’s efforts in enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service is to take a peak at all the Community Service Programs from the GFWC Club manual.

Each image below will bring you to the GFWC Club Manual page for that CSP. If you need assistance, contact the GFWC-NH State Chairman for that cause. We wish you good luck!

Arts CSP

Let Art Awaken the Senses. Learn more

Anne Taylor, GFWC-NH Chairman

Conservation CSP

Our Natural Resources are among our most Precious Treasures. Learn more

Phyllis Appler, GFWC-NH Chairman

Education CSP

Education contributes to fostering peace, democracy, and economic growth, as well as improving health and reducing poverty. Learn more

Karen Caldwell, GFWC-NH Chairman

Home Life CSP

Inform members of issues that affect the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. Learn more

Jeanne O'Sullivan, GFWC-NH Chairman

International CSP

July 2017 Issue 4 International Outreach.pdf
Go to International Outreach information sheet

How can your club make a global impact? Please read the latest news document included here to the left or learn more at GFWC.

Bobbie Knickerbocker, GFWC-NH Chairman

Juniors Special Project

Advocate for children. Making a difference in our world through the life of a child. Learn more

Email Mary McGahan, GFWC-NH Chairman

Public Issues CSP

From the GFWC Public Issues

Nancy Greenberg, GFWC-NH Chairman

Protect Women and Children Globally

Suspending and limiting refugee admissions to the U.S. blocks countless women and children from obtaining the refuge they need to avoid and escape violence, including human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault

Signature Project

From GFWC Signature Project

Tina Smith, GFWC-NH Chairman

Signature Project

The GFWC Success for Survivors Scholarship was created through GFWC’s commitment to change the lives of survivors as they reshape their future in a positive way through higher education.

End Campus Sexual Assault

Sexual assault disproportionately affects college women and impedes their ability to participate fully in campus life. Educational equity for women and girls requires fair, responsive, fully developed campus sexual assault policies, knowledgeable administrators, and, ultimately, an end to sexual violence on college campuses. Join GFWC in advocating for safer college campuses for all students.

Urge Congress to Fully Fund Domestic Violence Prevention Programming

Many domestic violence shelters and rape crisis centers are forced to turn away victims or delay counseling because of staff reductions or lack of resources. Congress must provide maximum FY 2017 funds for services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)