Established in 1924
The NFRW/AzFRW has a long-standing commitment
to our men and women serving in uniform and to our
It is our honor and duty to support those who
have put their lives on the line to preserve the
freedoms we as Americans often take for granted.
We can never thank them or their families enough,
or show them too much gratitude for their service
The NFRW Armed Services Committee oversees the Federation’s efforts to support our troops and provides information, resources and program suggestions to states and clubs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please enjoy additional Americanism Reflections in AzFRW monthly Newsletter Bulletins
Priscilla Poese, Chair
Reflection - Fall Newsletter
Reflection - Fall Meeting 2016
Reflection - Summer Newsletter 2016
Reflection - Flag Day 2017
Reflection - September 11, 2017
Reflection - October 2017
Reflection - November 2017
Reflection - December 2017
Reflection - January 2018
Reflection - February 2018
Reflection - March 2018
Reflection -April 2018
Reflection - May 2018
Reflection - June 2018
Reflection - July 2018
Reflection - August 2018
Reflection - September 2018
Reflection - October 2018
Reflection - November 2018
Reflection - December 2018
The NFRW/AzFRW Caring for America program
was established to energize and
encourage states and clubs to actively support and
promote at least one existing community service program.
or to initiate a new project to fill
an existing need in the community.
The Caring for America program is based on the belief that problems can be solved most effectively through the generosity and combined energies of individual citizens.
The NFRW presents the Caring for America Awards every two years to recognize successful projects that demonstrate significant value to the community. This awards program is overseen by the NFRW Caring for America Committee.
The NFRW/AzFRW Americanism program seeks to promote respect for the American Flag and foster allegiance to the United States and its customs and institutions.
Republican women’s clubs help carry out this mission in their local communities through educational and inspirational programs and projects. Examples include:
Teaching the rules of Flag etiquette
Donating patriotic books to libraries and schools
Sponsoring patriotic essay contests for schools
Presenting flags to schools and community groups
To aid clubs in their local efforts, the NFRW Americanism Committee assembles historic and patriotic material and provides resources, project ideas and other helpful information. For more information visit www.nfrw.org