About Us

Our Accomplishments:

  • Pioneered Recycling in the Village

  • Founded the Brown Deer Library in Sept. 1969. The Juniors continue to support the library with annual contributions.

  • Over the last 19 years, we have contributed over $146,000 to a variety of groups, primarily in Brown Deer.

  • Received numerous awards for our community service projects and other efforts from the Wisconsin GFWC

Our History:

  • March 1968: A group of women started the groundwork for the Club.

  • April 22, 1968: Charter Banquet was held.

  • September 1972: Incorporation of the Club took place.


General Federation of Woman's Clubs (GFWC) was established in 1890. The GFWC is an international organization with over 10 million members in 30 countries. Over the years the GFWC has grown into one of the largest organizations of volunteer women nationwide with the motto of "Unity in Diversity".

The General Federation of Woman's Clubs - Wisconsin is a statewide volunteer community service organization that promotes individual growth and provides education and training to enrich the quality of life worldwide.