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Member Benefits

NFRW members receive the NFRW Round Table digital newsletter.

NFRW members receive "The NFRW Round Table" digital newsletter.


The National Federation of Republican Women has one of the lowest membership fees in the country – just $10.00 annually per member. For this nominal fee, Federation members receive a variety of services and access to political activities and information at all levels of government.

For just $10.00 annually, a member receives or has access to:

  • The NFRW’s digital communications, including the weekly and monthly newsletters and weekly political briefings, and free or nominally-priced publications like the Leader’s Guide, Membership Handbook, Legislative Advocacy Manual, and outreach/recruitment materials.
  • The Member Center, a private network on the NFRW web site available to members only. Includes the Digital Resource Library, which features committee and issue-related resources and materials, general organizational publications and forms, event information, graphics, and more.
  • Sample materials, multimedia and resources that assist states and clubs with public relations and fundraising efforts, membership recruitment, campaign and issue advocacy programs, meeting planning, literacy and armed services initiatives, leadership development, community service, and more.
  • Assistance in creating new clubs, launching or updating a state or club web site, and other membership services.
  • Campaign Management Schools, Legislative Day at the U.S. Capitol, and other programs, workshops and seminars that offer members the opportunity to meet national Republican leaders, discuss key issues, and develop leadership, campaign and professional skills.
  • Networking opportunities and the ability to meet and develop relationships with women from across the country through online discussion forums and national events such as the biennial convention and annual board meetings. NFRW’s national events include interactive workshops, exciting speakers, and informative programs and discussions.
  • Representation in Washington, D.C., including the services of a professional staff and maintenance of NFRW headquarters – located in Alexandria, Virginia, a few miles from Capitol Hill.