General Federation of Women's Clubs New Hampshire

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There are GFWC clubs in all 50 States!

Join us in NH. Email us in NH!

Additionally, you can meet fellow club women throughout the country.

Many lively discussions during a break at the 2018 annual GFWC-NH meeting. It is nice to catch up with everyone.

2017 GFWC-NH


GFWC-NH clubs enhance the quality of life within our communities and state by keeping a pulse on public interests and concerns and then taking action.

We promote a wide variety of programs and projects enabling all members to choose those of interest to them.

We afford opportunities for the development of individual skills, talents, leadership and abilities.

We have a long history such as supporting child labor laws, establishing public libraries, preserving the NH Forests, establishing the Status of Women commission. We provided funding for the Old Man in the Mountain museum and we provided the Seacoast Science Center audio trails. We support the arts.

As one of the oldest nonpartisan and nondenominational women’s service organizations in the world, GFWC unites diverse women in a single goal to improve the lives of others.

Thinking of Joining? Contact Us!

The community of GFWC club women is one open to all. Come to a meeting and discover other women who like to do community service together.

Membership Chairman

JAM Club (Just a Membership Club)

Email  Beth Roth: (President JAM Club)


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Anne and some of the new board are having an lively great discussion at the celebration tea.
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Parliamentarian Joan Prue is a 50 year member of GFWC!
GFWC-NH President Phyllis Appler hands the gavel to incoming 2018-2020 President Anne Engelhardt.


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Have you been informed of the various things our many devoted club chairman are sharing with us? Make sure to check for items available to Club Presidents at state meetings. If you have any questions about a program or advancement guide, contact the State Chairman responsible and they will help you.

Do you have something to contribute to the State Newsletter? Contact Donna Maskwa at [email protected]