Bunco For Boots

Sunday, April 13th 2-4 PM

Woman’s Club House

1513 Cristobal Drive (Historic Los Robles)

Tallahassee, FL 32303

Donation $10.00

All donations go towards Shoe Club

 

For more information please call 850-270-3569

Refreshments provided

 

Shoe Club!!

Shoe Club is the longest running project of the GFWC Tallahassee Junior Woman's Club.  It has been in place for at least a three-quarters of a century. Target gift cards are given to the Leon County Schools Social Services program staff to purchase a pair of shoes and two pairs of socks or a pack for each child in grades Pre-K through 11th that they see in the course of their work that needs footwear.  Financially disadvantaged children are their priority. 

Contact Us

GFWC Tallahassee Junior Woman's Club
PO Box 944
Tallahassee, FL 32302
E-mail info@tjwc.org

Who We Are

GFWC Tallahassee Junior Woman's Club (TJWC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to community improvement through volunteer service. We donate money and service hours in over 40 projects. Some of our continuing service projects are the Shoe Club, Refuge House, Big Bend Coalition for the Homeless' HOPE community, Super Clean Sweep, Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Awards (HOBY), LeMoyne Art Foundation, Tallahassee Museum of History & Natural Science, Capital Regional Science & Engineering Fair, Gingerbread at Market Days, March of Dimes Walk, and KidsVote.

Our club year runs from September through May. We meet the third Thursday of the month at the historic Los Robles Women's Club. Come meet some new friends while giving your time to worthy causes. Want to know how to become a Provisional Member?

Mission Statement

To be an organization making a positive difference in people's lives through volunteer service in our community.

GFWC Tallahassee Junior Woman's Club is part of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC).

The GFWC, one of the world's largest and oldest women's volunteer service organization, was founded in 1890 and chartered by the 56th United States Congress in 1901.

Headquartered in a National Historic Landmark building in Washington D.C., GFWC has a long history of philanthropy, social and political advocacy, and community leadership.

More than 100,000 members in affiliated clubs in the United States and more than 20 countries work in their own communities to support the arts, preserve natural resources, promote education, encourage healthy lifestyles, advocate civic involvement, and work toward world peace.

Guiding Principles


MEMBERS: Our members are our most important asset. We will strive to meet the needs of individual members as well as those of the community.

COMMUNITY SERVICE: Our volunteer work will serve the community by meeting identified needs in line with our established priorities.

QUALITY: Our work is important and we take pride in doing it well. We are committed to delivering quality service and producing positive results.

LEADERSHIP: We will offer opportunities to our members to develop leadership skills which are applicable to our club and to their family and community lives. We will provide a leadership role model to other individuals and groups and seeking to provide similar volunteer community service.

ATTITUDE: We will undertake everything that we do with a positive attitude, anticipating success and enjoyment in all endeavors, whether community service or social interaction with one another.

PARTNERSHIP: We will work in partnership with GFWC and other clubs and groups of similar intent and purpose, so that the impact of our work will be increased.

TEAMWORK: We will work as a team with our fellow members. We respect differences or opinions, recognizing that the best ideas result from open and honest communication. As members, we will support each other and the principles of the club.