The Nevis Women’s Club donated 46 hours of service by sewing for Days for Girls. DFG is an international organization which makes a difference in girls lives around the world. In many countries girls resort to using rags, banana leaves and even cow dung to manage their menstral cycle. Days for Girls provides a safe, washable and long lasting alternative by providing kits that include panties, shields, as shown, which snap around panties and flannel liners that are inserted into the shield. The women completed 34 shields and 13 kit bags.
The 2020 GFWC MN State Convention will be held on
May 1-3, 2020 in Morton Minnesota, at Jackpot Junction
2020 will be the 126th year of Federation and 100th year convention
Southeast – Winthrop – March 28
Southwest – Sleepy Eye – April 18
Northeast – Grand Rapids – April 1
West Central – Elbow Lake – April 18
East Central –
North District –
Hi GFWC MN Leaders,
As LEADERS please “Lead by example.” Join TODAY the GFWC LEGISLATIVE ALERT CENTER and support one of Int’l President Brock’s Grand Initiatives: that 1000 members join the Legislative Action Center.
Let’s do our part doing little things in a big way. Our goal as MN leaders is 750 members JOIN this legislative Center. Yes we CAN DO IT. The clubs with 100% sign-up participation will receive a prize.
All you need to do is:
1. Go to GFWC.org and click on “What We Do”
2. Then scroll down to Public Policy and click on “take action”
3. Next page.. Scroll down to Legislative Action Center PICTURE and click on it.
4. Go to right hand column … “join the Legislative Action Center and Click on “JOIN NOW”
OR simply click on this link for the form.
*Pass it on! District Presidents PLEASE forward email to your clubs ASAP or better yet forward to members of your clubs and then…
*Follow-up. Let me now how many of you as leaders joined and how many club members joined by end of February
Whether you monitor, support, or oppose issues you owe it to yourself, your community, and your country to BE INFORMED.
“Unity in Diversity” What your logo says
The Federation’s proud tradition of connecting with one another began in 1868 with founder Jane Cunningham Croly, a professional journalist from New York City. In 1889, the official motto became “Unity in Diversity” by Sorosis President, Ella Dietz Clymer at a meeting of 61 clubs. In 1892, a pin with the rising sun was chosen to identify each member. In 1920, International Prsident, Alice Ames Winter updated the member to what it is today. the logo illustrates the crusader’s shield, signifying enlightenment, emerging from the darkened world, represented by a black center,. The band encircling the center signifies eternity: a fully risen sun on a field of blue symbolizes purity. For constancy, bluesurrounds the letter GFWC and the motto “Unity in Diversity”
So you have a question about GFWC procedures?
Click on National Site, which is on the home page, click on Resources.
Several pertinent topics are listed alphabetically.
There you will find answers to most questions.
You can send an email to WHRC and they will respond.