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The General Federation of Women’s Clubs

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization founded in 1890. With over 100,000 members across all American states and in several countries, GFWC volunteers have spent millions of hours on thousands of projects and donated millions of dollars in monetary and in-kind donations. GFWC volunteers dedicate their time to projects ranging from conservation of the arts and natural resources to education, health, and civic involvement. Through this strong commitment to community and volunteer service over 120 years, GFWC has had positive impacts on food and drug regulation, America’s network of libraries, development of kindergarten programs, and drives for domestic and international emergency relief. Shot@Life and GFWC will work together to stand up for childhood and give children everywhere a shot a healthy life.

Learn more about the Shot@Life GFWC Lifesaver Awards.