GFWC of Holden Beach is a volunteer community service organization, established under the auspices of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC). We are dedicated to serving our community and country, offering opportunity for personal growth and leadership, and promoting friendship and fellowship among our members. Our club is a member of GFWC, the GFWC of North Carolina (GFWC-NC) and GFWC-NC District 7. Welcome to our website! Check here frequently for latest news and events.
Distict 7 Fall Meeting
July 10, 2014
Our Stuff the Bus Project was a success, netting 6 tubs of school supplies and $100.00 in cash donations. The first school supplies were donated by Theresa Gallery and C J Schaffer pictured above, along with Judy Brock, Education CSP Committee Chairman, far left, and Linda Dieudonne, Education CSP Committee member, far right.
Barbara Nunez , pictured above with Brock and Dieudonne, is a part time local resident and makes her permanent home in Florida. She was the first to make a donation . The club can continue to accept donations until August, when the supplies will not be delivered to local schools. For additional informtion, please contact the club by clicking on this Contact Us .
Past GFWC President Juanita Bryant and Ann Landis, GFWC-NC 1st Vice President and GFWC of Holden Beach member, at the GFWC Annual International Convention. Here shown at the Grand Canyon.
The GFWC of Holden Beach held its Annual Charity Gala "Blooming for a Cause" on May 3, 2104. Many thanks to all sho supported the annual silent auction, luncheon and fashion show. Proceeds from the event benefitted Hope Harbor Home and Providence Home. Checks in the amount of $9,500 were awarded to each organization. See photos below.
Pictured above are John Goldwsorth, Nita Robertson and Lynn Carlson from Hope Harbor Home, along with GFWC of Holden Beach members Karen Throckmorton, Julie Wolfe and BJ Stephens.
Pictured above are Robert Jahnes, Grace Lee, James Shoemaker and Warren Mortley from Providence Home and GFWC of Holden Beach members Julie Wolfe, Karen Throckmorton and BJ Stephens.
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