General Federation of Women's Clubs New Hampshire

Welcome to the General Federation of Women's Clubs New Hampshire!

One of the oldest non-partisan and non-denominational women’s service organizations in the world. GFWC unites diverse women in a single goal to improve the lives of others.

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1st Annual GFWC-NH Evening of Unity


THANK YOU!  To our sponsors: Eno Martin Donahue & Roth, PLLC , Exeter Area GFWC, Flood, Sheehan & Tobin PLLC, Joan Prue, Jeanne O’Sullivan, Nashaway Woman’s Club, and  Tentindo, Kendall, Canniff & Keefe and all the individual participating donors!

Proceeds will benefit NAMI New Hampshire (NAMINH), a grassroots organization working to improve the quality of life for all by providing support, education and advocacy for people affected by mental illness and suicide.

Congratulations to Chief Justice John T. Broderick, Jr  who was presented the 2020 UNITY AWARD for his unmatched advocacy to increase awareness about mental health illness.


April 24, 2020, Friday

The Derryfield, Manchester, NH

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2018-2020 GFWC-NH

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President's Project

Nurturing Good Mental Health Through Awareness

Administration Focus

Investing in our future through membership and leadership

GFWC NH 2018-2020 Installation Speech from Annual Meeting

My journey started in 2007 when I first attended a GFWC club meeting. What totally inspired me about this organization was a bus trip to Washington DC in 2010 sponsored by the State to bring GFWC history to Headquarters to be archived. We toured headquarters and I learned the rich history of the General Federation of Women’s Club. I knew then I wanted to make my mark in this organization. I went to my first International Convention also that year in Omaha Nebraska and my passion and knowledge continued to grow. In 2011 I was New Hampshire’s LEADS Candidate and my fate was sealed. 

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