Welcome to the GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club
GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club is a non-profit charitable organization serving the North Myrtle Beach area and surrounding communities. Our club was organized in 1974 and joined the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) in 1979. We are also a member of the South Carolina General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC-SC). Visit our GFWC Information Page to learn more about GFWC.
The GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club is a group of ladies committed to improving the lives of others in our community while developing leadership potential in our members. We are active in many community projects and partner with other organizations to help obtain charitable goals. While our members enjoy having fun, our primary focus is community service and leadership development.
Each year we work to award funding to other charitable organizations through two major fundraisers, the Christmas Candlelight Home Tour held in December and the Purses with Purpose Charity Benefit held in April. Explore our Contributions Page for a current list of charity recipients.
Please browse our web site. The Join Our Club page has information about membership. If you have questions, please contact us and we will be happy to answer your questions. You can also visit our Facebook page to learn more about our club.
NMBWC hosting the Human Trafficking Documentary “Sold” on Wednesday, May 3.
GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club will host a presentation of the human trafficking movie, “Sold”, at the Carmike 12 Theatre (10177 North Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, S.C.) on Wednesday, May 3rd at 6:30 PM to 8:15 PM. The club is bringing the movie to our area to highlight the devastating effects of human trafficking.
The public is invited to attend this exclusive, one-night only showing of this insightful and chilling movie, based on the international bestselling novel by Patricia McCormick, and inspired by true accounts.
This is the story of a young girl, who journeys from a rural village in Nepal to a gritty brothel-prison in India. The film illustrates the brutality of child trafficking, which affects millions of children around the globe every year.
Globally the average age of a trafficked girl is thirteen. GFWC-NMBWC hopes this will be a call to action and educate viewers to address the crime locally and nationally.
Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased online at https://www.tugg.com/
If you would like more information or have questions, please contact the “Sold” project chairperson at 815 322-6623.