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Join the Gainesville Woman's Club

Whether new to Gainesville or a long-time resident, the Gainesville Woman’s Club welcomes new members.  There is something for all ages, talents and skills.  It is a place to grow personally and to support our community.  In 2018 members volunteered over 6000 hours, donated $3240 in kind services and products to our projects, and raised a total of $16,086 which was donated to the following community organizations:

  • Angel Medical Service Dogs - $5000.00

  • Girls Place - $1141.00

  • General Federation of Woman’s Clubs of Florida - $2945.00

  • NE 31st Avenue Park - $5000.00

  • STAR Center Children’s Theatre - $2000.00

Please explore our website and visit our Facebook page to see wide variety of activities on-going at the Woman’s Club.  If you are interested in becoming a member please call our Membership Chair at 352-376-3901 or send us an email at


Steps for Membership:

  • Meet with Membership Chair and complete membership application. 

  • Membership Chair will present your application to Executive Board for approval.

  • An initiation fee and yearly dues are required for all new members.

  • Dues paid after March 30th will be paid in full until April 30th of the following year.

  • Members may transfer from another GFWC club with Executive Board approval.

  • All members have the right to vote and hold office.


Being a Gainesville Woman’s Club member provides opportunities to be involved in your community but to also work with clubs in our district and the state organization, GFWC Florida where all members “Live The Volunteer Spirit”. 


As a new member, you have unlimited opportunities to apply your skills, develop new ones and expand your leadership horizons.  Beyond the immediate club events, you have the opportunity to work with other clubs in the District and at the state level through GFWC Florida.  You are encouraged to explore both the GFWC Florida and GFWC website and particularly note GFWC’s new tagline “Living the Volunteer Spirit.”

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