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  • AdvocacyThe Advocacy Program, spearheaded by our Registered Lobbyist, allows the California Federation of Republican Women to promote those issues important to our membership. Once a year, the Federation meets in Sacramento and spends one day working with members of the California State Legislature. This is followed by the Spring Conference and Board Meeting where members, guests and students hear from legislators on progress in the State Capitol.

  • AmbassadorsThe Ambassadors are patrons who support our advocacy program by supplying additional funding, through their membership, to LASOF, our Legislative Advocate Fund. This is separate and apart from our regular membership and associate dues. Members of the Ambassadors group receive additional benefits at State Meetings and, at the Advocacy Day, attend a special reception in their honor. For $250.00 for the year, all are welcome to join this vital part of Federation activities and keep the education of our membership alive and healthy.
    Support Our Advocacy Program!

  • Caring for AmericaRepublican women give back a thousand-fold to their communities. The many charities and philanthropical organizations that they are involved with are numerous. The total number of hours, dollars contributed to the cause(s) and pounds of donated items are tallied in this program.

  • Mamie Eisenhower Library ProjectThe Mamie Eisenhower Library Project (MELP) was designed to foster Republican philosophy and ideas through the donation of related books to libraries, schools, hospitals and other institutions.
    Mamie Eisenhower 2002 - 2003 Recommended List

  • My Favorite Teacher AwardEach state selects a teacher to receive its “My Favorite Teacher Award” from nominees submitted from the various units throughout the state. The state honoree’s application is submitted to the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) for consideration as the national winner. The award is presented at the NFRW Biennial Convention.
    My Favorite Teacher Application

  • No Child Left Behind - On January 8, 2002, President Bush signed into law H.R. 1, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. To support this program, unit clubs establish projects that assist in providing California’s school children with the best education possible. Projects can include, providing books, funds for books and school supplies, as well as mentoring the students.
    No Child Left Behind

  • Operation InterdependenceThis program strives to provide each deployed platoon a box with enough treats & notes of encouragement from home, for each member of that platoon, for each month during their tour of duty. Platoons vary in size from 20 to 50, depending upon their duties, and are deployed for approximately 6 months.
    Operation Interdependence Web Site

  • Precinct OperationsThis program incorporates Voter Registration and Precinct Operations. In addition to registering Republican voters, Federated women walk precincts and deliver candidate information and voter information in election years. This program is coordinated through the County Party.

  • Scholarships - Scholarships are awarded at the unit club , County, Divison, State and National levels.

  • Woman of the Year AwardWho is that one club, county, or division member who has done the most to promote the goals and activities of the Federation? Nominate her for the CFRW Woman of the Year.
    For more information

    Woman of the Year Form 2003  (pdf)
    Woman of the Year Form 2003  (word)