Junior Programs

Special Programs

Junior Special Program- Advocates for Children

The 2016-2018 Director of Junior Clubs’ special program is called the “Hopeful Campaign”.  This campaign hopes to bring awareness to and advocate for homeless children.  As these children are prone to becoming victims of human trafficking, there is a secondary focus on this issue.  The Juniors of South Carolina intend to bring hope to these youth of the Palmetto State.

Advocates for Children Week - Sunday, October 22nd - Saturday, October 28th

Community Service Programs



March of Dimes—March for Babies Webinar
Recently, GFWC and March of Dimes partnered on a webinar to highlight information about the March for Babies.  That webinar, which features (in part) GFWC member Shana Folks and her family, is now available online.  Here is the link for the webinar, a message from Jolie Frankfurth, GFWC Director of Junior Clubs, plus further contact information:

Link to March for Babies Webinar:
(Note:  The beginning of the audio is delayed due to connection problems so skip forward to minute 4 when the program actually begins.)


Hello GFWC-SC ladies!  It was great to see so many of you at Summer Session.  Our President did a lovely job of providing a packed agenda and completing tons of business!
I wanted to take this opportunity to encourage you to sign up, donate or come and cheer on our walk/runners at the Annual St. Jude’s Walk/Run to end Childhood Cancer.  This is a run/walk event, 5k/1 mile.  The event is Saturday, September 24, 2016 in beautiful Charleston, SC registration starting at 7:00am, opening ceremony at 8:00am.    Registration is only $10.  If you raise $100 you will receive an event t-shirt, options for raising funds are on the website.  To register please visit the website:  http:// fundraising.stjude.org.  Our President, Janet Prince has started a GFWC-SC team and you may join under this team or create your own team*.  St. Jude and GFWC have a partnership to benefit Advocates for Children.  *If you create your own team, please pick GFWC as your National Series Sponsor so that we can count you in our reporting next year!
We are looking forward to seeing many of you at this event.  If you have any questions feel free to email me, Carrie Zimmerman, at czim22@gmail.com or call 864-710-5851.

  • Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since the hospital opened in 1962. We won't stop until no child dies from cancer.

-St. Jude Research Hospital

Carrie Zimmerman
GFWC-SC, Junior President Elect
Advocates for Children Coordinator