Empowering Community in a Neighborly Way

We meet the second Monday of each month, after the scheduled program - excluding January. 


Club Special Projects

Community Welcome Boxes

Flower Boxes

American Flags

Holiday Bags

Christmas Tree Decorating

Community Cookbook



Kellogg Franklin Trust (ALK Athletic Fields)

Kellogg Community Educational Center

Kellogg Supplemental Sub Sub Account 4

Franklin Chamber of Commerce

Treadwell Community Food Bank


GFWC Projects

Signature:Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention

Partner: Prevent Child Abuse America www.PreventChildAbuse.org


Junior’s Special:Advocates for Children

Partner:      Emergency Medical Services for Children www.ChildrensNational.org/EMSC

INMED Partnership for Children  www.INMED.org

March of Dimes www.MarchofDimes.com



Partner: American Mural Project  www.AmericanMuralProject.org



Partner: ACTrees  www.ACTrees.org



Partner: Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership www.HOBY.org


Home Life

Partner: Canine Companions for Independence  www.CCI.org

Easter Seals  www.EasterSeals.com

Inside Knowledge: Gynecology



International Outreach

Partner: Heifer International  www.Heifer.org

Operation Smile  www.OperationSmile.org

United Nations Foundation, Shot@Life  www.ShotatLife.org

U.S. Fund for UNICEF  www.UNICEFUSA.org/GFWC


Public Issues

Partner: Kettering Foundation  www.Kettering.org

Sew Much Comfort  www.SewMuchComfort.org

United Service Organizations  www.USO.org


GFWC Awards, Contests, and Grants

Community Improvement Program (2014 - 2016)


Each Listed Project & Project Partner presents awards:

Media Campaign Contest





Creative Arts


Advancement Area Awards

Communications & Public Relations


Leadership (Including Meeting Attendance)

Legislation and Public Policy


Women’s History

Pinwheels for Prevention Award

Membership Grant  - $50 annually

Focus on Literacy Grant - $150

Shot@Life Grant - $100


Epsilon Sigma Omicron (ESO)

ESO is an honorary educational society open to all TCIC members. ESO provides clubwomen with a structured, but flexible, reading program that is educational and stimulates a desire for self-improvement. Members can participate in ESO as part of a reading group or on their own. The program provides membership, awards and certificates, pins, reading lists, and a framework in which to pursue continued self-improvement through reading.


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