To continue our many successful programs, we rely on the support of dedicated Republicans who believe in engaging and empowering women in the political process and providing a forum for women to serve as leaders in the political, government, and civic arenas.
The NFRW has launched the following fundraising programs for 2016:
For more than 30 years, the NFRW Regents donor program has played a key role in helping the NFRW fulfill its primary mission of bringing more women to the table. Regents’ contributions help provide operating capital which allows the NFRW to maintain a low general membership rate, making membership affordable to women of all ages and economic backgrounds. Regents’ contributions also support a wide range of education and training programs, special projects, networking events and other activities that help Republican women stay informed, develop skills and achieve their goals.
In addition, the NFRW has four endowment funds:
The Marion Martin Building Fund helps maintain and preserve the Federation's historic national headquarters in Alexandria, Va.
The National Pathfinder Scholarship, Betty Rendel Scholarship, and Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship provide excellent opportunities to college students. Contributions to the scholarship and internship programs are tax deductible.
Clubs can earn points on the biennial Achievement Awards form by contributing to an NFRW endowment fund.
Donors can also make General Fund contributions or In Memoriam contributions.
We thank you for your support!
Contributions or gifts to the National Federation of Republican Women are not deductible as charitable
contributions for federal income tax purposes.
The NFRW does not accept contributions earmarked for any candidate or other committee. Contributions
are used to fund all NFRW programs and will be spent as the NFRW determines, within its sole discretion,
unless otherwise stated by donor.