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Civic Engagement & Outreach

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Our Mission

Through this Committee, we are reminded that each of us is part of a larger society and is responsible for undertaking actions that will create a better quality of life and foster a sense of community – locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.


Citizenship|Crime & Safety | Hungry & Homeless | Military

The four ‘broad strokes’ of CE&O include:


GFWC's Civic Engagement & Outreach Committee shares community service announcements. Clubwomen can advocate for policies but cannot endorse candidates or engage in partisan politics while engaging in SAWC GFC-NH activities.

Supported in the Past*

The Needy, Hungry & Homeless

  • Bread of Life Food Pantry

  • Center Point Food for Thought

  • Christmas Giving

  • End 68 Hours of Hunger

  • HOPE Center Food Pantry

  • Isaiah 58

  • Salem Farmers Market

  • St Anne's Food Pantry


  • Boys and Girls Club of Salem

  • Bridging the Horizon

  • Salem Chamber of Commerce

  • Field of Dreams

  • Firefighters Appreciation

  • Hampstead Historical Society

  • Law Enforcement Appreciation

  • Salem Animal Rescue League

  • Salem Historical Society

  • Salem Holiday Parade

  • Salem Pride (School District)

Crime Prevention, Safety & Disaster Preparedness

  • Brigid's House of Hope

  • Police Comfort Dog

Military Personnel & Veterans

  • Blue Star Mothers Wreath

  • Homeland Heroes

  • Operation Care for Troops

  • Women's Veteran Program

* A donation in the past is not a guarantee of a future donation.

Current Projects

  • Comfort with Heat

  • End 68 Hrs. of Hunger (Derry, Pelham, Salem)

  • Hands-only CPR Training

  • Law Enforcement Appreciation

  • National Day of Giving

  • Operation Care for Troops Christmas Stockings

  • Poll Worker Appreciation Baskets

  • Reusable shopping bags for food pantry

  • Salem Chamber Wreath Stroll

  • Salem Historical Society Soul Stroll

  • Salem Holiday Parade

  • We Care Emergency Bags

  • Wreath's Across America

Completed Projects


  • Shopped for End 58 Hours of Hunger to meet a specific need

  • Created cards with information about Memorial Day, including a flag pin.

  • Designed and delivered thank-you baskets for poll workers on election days.

  • Purchased, prepared, and cooked a meal once a month for Family Promise, Nashua.

  • Completed the "family room" project at Family Promise.

  • Participated in the Salem Thanksgiving Parade

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