Presentation on theme: "NFRW 2012-2013 CLUB ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS CLUB PRESIDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE."— Presentation transcript:
NFRW 2012-2013 CLUB ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS CLUB PRESIDENT SURVIVAL GUIDE
HOW TO GET NFRW FORMS www.NFRW.org Members only Login: federation Password:nfrw1938 Forms Online Club Achievement Awards Caring for America Campaign Volunteer Hours MELP ( Mamie Eisenhower Library Project )
DATES TO REMEMBER TIME FRAME COVERED January 1, 2012 –December 31, 2013 Due Date to State President June 1, 2013
Bronze Award158 - 183 points Silver Award184 - 209 points Gold Award210 - 236 points Diamond Award237 - 266 points Eligible Clubs Annual Service Charge paid2012 & 2013 Membership per capita dues paid2012 & 2013 Clubs chartered late in 2012 or in 2013 are eligible if they paid NFRW in 2013
National Pathfinder Scholarship Fund 2012 & 2013 Betty Rendel Scholarship Fund2012 & 2013 Marion Martin Building Fund2012 & 2013 Dorothy Kabis Internship Fund2012 & 2013 Make separate checks to NFRW for each fund. Example : NFRW – Betty Rendel Scholarship Checks can be mailed in one envelope to: NFRW 124 N. Alfred St. Alexandria, VA 22314 Mamie Eisenhower Library Project MELP Donate in 2012 &2013 Titles can be found on NFRW website
Bonus Points Club holds 10 monthly meeting in both 2012 & 2013 1 bonus point for each member who is a NFRW Regent Club sends monthly newsletter to members in both 2012 & 2013 Club sends member(s) to NFRW Board Meeting or NFRW Regional Meeting in 2012 and 2013 Club held a fundraising event in 2012 or 2013 Club helped start or financially supports a TARS, College Republican Group
MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Appoint Membership chair Hold a program on Membership Leadership development Hold a Membership event Outreach to all age groups and cultures Increase membership in 2012 or 2013 Publish a membership directory (hard copy or electronic)
PROGRAMS * You do not need to devote an entire meeting to a program. You can have more than one program presentation and get credit for each!!! Club has a Program Chair who plans programs. Programs GOP speakers GOP initiatives Programs on current legislative issues, national or state level. Differences between GOP and Democrat philosophies. State Party Official(s) come and explain GOP plans of Action. NFRW history and structure and State Federation history Club has Legislative Chair who reports on legislation (local, state, and federal) Club develops a plan to lobby state or national officials Club acted on legislation Club acted on NFRW legislative alerts
Bonus points State Federation President or State FRW Representative presented program on NFRW/State Federation history State elected official/NFRW officer/NFRW Board member is a program speaker Club member(s) attend local, state or NFRW legislative day on the hill PROGRAMS
Appoint campaign chair who develops campaign activities and is responsible for reporting club members campaign hours Club holds candidate forums Visit state and local elected officials Club participated in NFRW Voter Registration Drives May 15-18, 2012 &/or Sept 12-19, 2013 Meet with party officials to maximize clubs effectiveness in elections Club has members who participate in precinct/county GOP Club recruits one club member to run for office Club schedules for members to work in Local/ County GOP offices Club members attended local, state, district or RNC Convention Club has a member who is a Campaign manager/election board official, county, district, or state party officer. Club has plan that explains differences between Republican and Democrats on vital party issues.
Bonus points Club registered over 50 Republican voters Club contributed financially or volunteered in a GOP woman’s campaign Club budgeted $$ and/or sent a member to a campaign school or seminar
Club has Publicity Chair Club President shares info that promotes national, state and regional programs that were received from NFRW or State Federation Club President has e-mail or phone to receive information from NFRW and State Federation Supported the troops by sending care packages or letters, donating airfare for a serviceman or helping a serviceman’s family Club held an essay contest in local schools to promote Americanism & patriotism Club gave $$ to a literacy program, held a book drive, donated books to a library or school. Club gave books through MELP program in both 2012 & 2013 Donations in both 2012 and 2013 National Pathfinder Scholarship Betty Rendel Scholarship Fund Marion Martin Building Fund (minimum of $10.00) Dorothy Kabis Internship Fund
Bonus Points Club donated $20.00 or more in 2012 & 2013 to Marion Martin Building Fund Club gave a scholarship to a Republican woman Club and members supported the Ford Theater Educational and Research Center
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