General Federation of Women's Clubs

Since it was founded in 1890, the General Federation of Women's Clubs has been a unifying force, bringing together local women's clubs from around the country and throughout the world. In all 50 states and more than a dozen countries, GFWC members work locally to create global change. GFWC clubwomen are mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, doctors, teachers, professionals, and community leaders who are dedicated to enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.

For over six decades, the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) has supported UNICEF's efforts to ensure access to clean water, proper sanitation facilities, health services, education, protection during emergencies to the world's most vulnerable children and most recently The End Trafficking project.

The support from GFWC will enable UNICEF to continue its critical work in the area of Child Projection, which includes protecting children around the world from violence, human trafficking, exploitation and abuse, enabling them to leading healthy and productive lives. This encompasses UNICEF’s work in the areas of juvenile justice, support unaccompanied and separated children, discriminatory practices, birth registration, trafficking and child-labor prevention.

Through partnering with UNICEF USA, GFWC members can take critical action, raise awareness and fundraise for the protection and safety of the most vulnerable children. Activities include, advocating to your local representatives through our online Advocacy center (act.unicefusa.org), host a fundraiser, participate in calls to action around protecting children or join UNICEF UNITE (unicefusa.org/unite) to get further involved in UNICEF’s work. 

Together, we can bring an end to exploitation, abuse and neglect and build a future for all children free from violence.  Thank you for your support! 

Support UNICEF's work
Send in checks to:

UNICEF USA
C/O Global Cause Partnerships 
125 Maiden Lane 
New York , NY 10038 

Include the name of your organization and chapter on the memo line, along with where you would like your funds to be allocated.