Fort Worth Association of Federated Women's Clubs



Our Purpose

The object of the Fort Worth Association of Federated Women’s Clubs is to promote a closer, supportive relationship among club women of the city of Fort Worth; to assist in the development of social, economic, moral educational, civic, and religious welfare of the family; champion understanding, justice and peace among all people; and advocate the rights of women, youth and children.

Motto:  Service

Colors:  Red and White

Flower:  Carnation










Thank You Southern AIDS Coalition, Tarrant County HIV Initiative, Texas Black Women's Health Initiative, Fort Worth Association of Federated Women's Clubs, community volunteers, families and friends! 

FWAFWC was the only organization in Texas designated by the Southern AIDS Coalition to make new panels for the AIDS Memorial Quit.  We brought Black women, girls and families together to design  16 panels for the quilt while raising awareness about this ongoing epidemic in our community. 

Special thanks to Lonnetta Wilson of Tarrant County HIV Initiative for bringing this opportunity to us and FWAFWC member Minnie Gunter for your excellent coordinating skills.

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Thank You Encore Bank FDIC and the Community!  Our 76104 Community Forum was a huge success!


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Please take a moment to share your special connection to the organization’s rich history.  We would love to hear from family and friends of our Founders, past Presidents and other distinguished members.  Sign our Guest Book. 

1051 Evans Ave.
Fort Worth, TX  76104


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