The GFWC GA Morrow Civic Woman’s Club is a local service organization active and open to women living in the south metro Atlanta area. Members hail from Butts, Clayton, Coweta, Fayette, Fulton, Henry and Monroe counties. We passionately serve our community and are continually involved in a wide array of projects. Some of our many projects include assisting with local libraries, children’s shelters, battered women’s shelters, senior citizens, recycling centers, Arts Clayton, and Habitat for Humanity.
6:30 p.m. on the 1st Thursday
of each month (except July)
The First Baptist Church of Morrow
1647 Lake Harbin Road
Morrow, Georgia 30260
6:00 p.m. – Social Time
6:30 p.m. – Meeting
We will comply with the State of Georgia and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines for Group Gatherings
The health and safety of our guests and members is top priority.
1) Civic Engagement & Outreach CSP (26-60 membership) – MCWC 2nd Place
2) Environment CSP (26-60 membership) – MCWC 3rd Place
3) Communications & Public Relations Advancement Plan (26-50 membership) – MCWC 3rd Place
4) Women’s History & Resource Center Advancement Plan, GFWC Georgia Creative/ Outstanding Project Award – MCWC
5) GFWC Signature Program: Domestic & Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention, GFWC Georgia Creative/Outstanding Project Award – MCWC
6) Distinguished Service in the GFWC 1734 Society – MCWC
7) Ella F. White Memorial Endowment Fund Distinguished Service $50 or over Contribution Award Citation – MCWC
8) Art: – MCWC Miscellaneous- Mosaic Plate (2019) – Mary Harmon 1st Place
9) Art: Painting (2020) – Peggy Wilson 1st Place
International: Wells for Hope
Follow Majok on Facebook on his journey back to South Sudan https://www.facebook.com/seedofsouthsudan
You can learn more about Wells for Hope at their website WellsforHope.org
In March, MCWC joined Majok Marier and other Lost Boys of Sudan in a Walk for Water to raise awareness and money for the Wells for Hope foundations. Wells for Hope builds wells in South Sudan. Without the wells, women and girls must walk four to six miles one way each day for fresh, clean water for their families. After providing clean water and sanitation, Wells for Hope plans to start a clinic.
Majok on World Water Day installed a water well in Luelpanang, South Sudan. Everyone is super happy with this, as it reaches people who are about 25 miles east of Rumbek, a large town in Lakes State area of the country, a very underdeveloped part of the world that was without access to clean water.