CFUW certificates are produced by National Office for CFUW Clubs. Typically, a certificate is used to recognize Club milestones or a member’s tenure in a Club (milestones such as 20, 25, 30, etc. years of service to CFUW) or in the organization. Certificates are also awarded to recognize CFUW members who receive lifetime membership. Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CFUW Nominations Committee invites nominations for candidates to fill the eleven positions on the Board of Directors and the eighteen Regional Director positions for the 2014-2016 biennium. Please complete the form and either save/email it to email@example.com, or mail a copy to Grace Stapleton (address listed on the form). The deadline for submission is February 1, 2014.
There is no charge for the supplies listed on this form.
Please allow two weeks from the date of sending the request to receive the order.
For those women who do not live near a local CFUW Club.
Women who support the goals of CFUW and who have earned a degree or have a professional qualification that currently requires a degree.
Any woman who supports the goals of CFUW
Members-at-large do not have voting privileges and cannot hold office
Please give at least 6 weeks notice before your trip to the CFUW International Relations Committee Chair.
See the Logo Items Catalogue for pictures and descriptions of the priced items.
This form is for use by the National Board, Regional Directors,Committee Chairs and members of the Fellowship Committee.
Want to learn more about advocacy and be effective at dealing with your local politicians? Check out this resource.
This booklet is meant as a guideline for CFUW Clubs who wish to meet with their legislators in an advocacy capacity.
A quick guide to all media including new and social media.
CFUW member women rally around issues of national, provincial and local importance and demonstrate the potential impact for communities across the country. Our network of volunteers works to identify issues, share knowledge with members and supporters and advocate on behalf of the CFUW?s vision and mission. Resolutions that are approved at the AGM by the membership following the resolutions process become CFUW policy. Adopted resolutions form the framework for action and advocacy. For the purposes of this guideline, proposed resolution refers to those documents that are proposed to be ratified at the CFUW AGM to then become policy resolutions.
This manual is to assist Membership Chairs in carrying out their duties.
This guide provides information for Regional Directors on how to set up a conference call, setting the agenda for the call, preparing for the teleconference and post conference call responsibilities.
Regional Directors Cheryl Hayles and Sandra Thomson reviewed current materials provided to Club Presidents and then developed the attached Resource with input from other RDs and a number of current and past Club presidents. This is the same resource that was sent to Clubs prior to the July CFUW AGM in Saskatoon where it was introduced at the Presidents' Networking. Lunch. Please forward this message to all members of your Executive. Information formerly provided in print form (e.g., the Membership Kit) is found now online through this resource. The suggestions for downloading to your Desktop are included in the Resource.
It is intended that any additional updates or relevant new materials will be included through this online Resource. The last section of the Resource contains an "End of Term Checklist" (created by Ontario Central) for all Club Executives.
We suggest that you explore the Resource with your usernames and passwords for the membership and the admin sites. Check the links and if you have any difficulty please contact Janice Pillon at Member Services, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at 613-234-8252 Extension 101.
You may also send to Janice any suggestions you have for improving the resource including the addition of new items. The RDs will make the first changes on suggestions sent in by October 30th.
The purpose of the RD Tool Kit is:
To help RDs understand their role and responsibilities
To identify what resources are available to do their jobs and where to find them/who to talk to;
To present the information in a simple, concise format