Who We Are

The Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs, (AFWC) is a statewide organization dedicated to community improvement through volunteer service.  Our members are your friends, neighbors, co-workers, and acquaintances. We are professional women, homemakers, elected officials, business owners, students, retirees, wives, mothers, and single women.

We bring members together and provide a networking system so that individual clubs may communicate effectively and combine efforts to better serve communities all across Alabama.

In addition to the joys of working with friends to improve the community, members grow through these activities, deepening their talents and skills. Members become increasingly aware of the value of their contributions to their local, state, and global communities. They come to appreciate the big picture of the small world in which we live and the direct impact each individual can have.

Local clubs, AFWC, and GFWC develop outstanding programs and projects to help ensure that members grow in understanding and are enriched through their service.

General Federation of Women's Clubs here
 

Submit articles and information about your club, district, and members to the AFWC webmaster who prefers Microsoft Word documents, but will be happy to work with you to utilize other formats.

 

 

 

(R-L) Christine Steele (President), Randy Matthew(Pres-Elect), Jan Greer (1st Vice Pres), Becky Vansant (2nd Vice Pres), Caroline Hollowell (Secretary), Karol Kaputska (Treasurer), Cynthia Geis (Parliamentary Advisor)

2018-2020 GFWC Alabama Leadership

                             

 

AFWC State Headquarters

2728 Niazuma Avenue South

Birmingham, AL 35205

Learn more about our Historic Headquarters

What We Do

Our Community Service Programs and Special Projects are structured to enable clubs to harness the vast resources of our membership to address the emerging needs of their individual communities.

GFWC Community Service Programs and Special Projects focus on the major issues of our time—supporting women’s health, preserving natural resources, promoting literacy and equality, and encouraging volunteer service - and fall into the following areas of focus:

Community Service Programs

  • Arts

  • Conservation

  • Education

  • Home Life

  • International Outreach

  • Public Issues

Standing Commmittees

  • GFWC Signature Program: Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention

  • GFWC Junior's Advocate's for Children

  • AFWC President's Project - Big Oak Ranch

 

  • Communications and Public Relations

  • Fundraising and Development

  • Leadership

  • Legislation and Public Policy

  • Membership

  • WHRC (Women's History and Resource Center)

Special Committees

  • 2728 Society (AFWC Headquarters Restoration)

 

 

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