Historic Federated Women’s Club Home gets a boost with the Lowe's "100 Hometowns" program

The Fort Worth Association of Federated Women’s Clubs (FWAFWC) and its Capital Campaign are excited to be one of the 100 impact projects that are the cornerstone of 100 Hometowns, an initiative to celebrate Lowe’s centennial. Lowe’s received more than 2,200 submissions to the 100 Hometowns program, which invited people across the country to nominate their hometown projects in need.  The 100 Hometowns program will complete 100 projects across 37 states that rebuild areas reeling from natural disasters, repair critical housing, restore beloved community centers, and revive green spaces.

The 100 Hometowns grant will go towards renovation of the Federated Women’s Club Home, which is located in Fort Worth’s Historic Southside.

For more information - see press release.

To follow progress on the club home renovation, CLICK HERE.  Social media updates can be found at facebook.com/FWAFederatedWomenClub, twitter @CityFederation and #100Hometowns.


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PHOTO:  New members of Progressive Literary and Art Club outside the club home.


We started out the 2021-2022 year with many new members joining our organization. We welcome all of you and look forward to a great year!  Click for more information on our members and clubs.



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