​PROGRAMS

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

 

Adoptions/Memberships

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

 

Arts

Partner: American Mural Project  www.AmericanMuralProject.org

 

Conservation

Partner: ACTrees  www.ACTrees.org

 

Education

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

www.cdc.gov/cancer/knowledge/

 

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

Newsletter

Photography

Website

Writing

Creative Arts

 

Advancement Area Awards

Communications & Public Relations

Fundraising

Leadership (Including Meeting Attendance)

Legislation and Public Policy

Membership

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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