Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania
Welcome to the online home of approximately 4,000 Pennsylvania garden club members.
We are a charitable, volunteer organization of women, men and youth who share interests in gardening, civic beautification, floral design, and conservation of natural resources, environmental and legislative issues through local clubs.
Membership in any of the garden clubs of the GCFP is open to all regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity or religious affiliation.
The GCFP is a member of the National Garden Clubs, Inc., the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world. The National Garden Clubs, Inc. is divided into eight regions with Pennsylvania being part of the Central Atlantic Region of State Garden Clubs (CAR-SGC).
CAR-SGC is comprised of Pennsylvania and the neighboring states of Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, and the National Capitol Area (parts of Virginia, Maryland and all of the District of Columbia).
The Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania holds an Annual Convention in April. This three-day event is held in various parts of the State and features notable speakers on horticulture, floral design, and related topics. Workshops and tours are also part of the busy schedule. During the Convention, the GCFP recognizes its members through an extensive Awards Program for both adults and youth. It promotes participation in Central Atlantic Region of State Garden Clubs and National Garden Clubs, Inc. Awards and Scholarships.
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Please be sure to send any changes in your address to the office at GCFP205@gmail.com or call
717-737-8219 and leave your address changes as soon as you know of the change. This includes if you will be at a temporary address during the winter months.
Due to charges by the post office on any returned Keystone Gardener, we have been forced to implement a strict policy on ALL returns. If your KG is returned twice because of an incorrect address, you will be removed from the mailing list until it is corrected.
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