“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.”
~ Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter
Does this quote inspire you like it has me? Comment and/or like this post for @ShotatLife’s #Blogust and 1 vaccine (up to 50,000) will be given to a child around the world!
During Shot@Life’s Blogust 2015—a month-long blog relay during August—some of North America’s most beloved online writers, photo and video bloggers and Shot@Life Champions will come together and share inspirational quotes for their children. Every time you comment on their post using our CJWC Facebook page, one vaccine will be donated to a child around the world: up to 50,000!
It will only take you 3 minutes to help a child in a developing country!
From August 3 to 31, click www.facebook.com/cookevillejwc
To subscribe to Blogust via email, visit Blogust.org. It is free!
The Cookeville Junior Woman’s Club is part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), which is one of the world’s largest and oldest nondenominational, nonpartisan, international volunteer service organization of women.
GFWC has more than 6,500 local clubs in the United States and clubs in over 20 countries globally. Clubs shape their local agendas to suit their particular community needs. They benefit from membership services, materials and program support from the state and national Federation levels working through the six areas of Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Affairs and Public Affairs.
Established in 1890, GFWC has over one million members worldwide. Their headquarters is in Washington, D.C., and is a National Historic Landmark, which houses the Women’s History and Resource, a repository for books and resources devoted to women’s history and women in volunteerism.
For more information contact GFWC Headquarters, 1734 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036-2990, 202-347-3168, FAX 202-835-0246 or visit their web site at www.gfwc.org.
The CJWC supports the following charities and organizations;
- American Cancer Society
- Habitat for Humanity
- Susan G Komen Race for the Cure
- Upper Cumberland Child Advocacy Center