Conserative Women in The Chatham Area Coming Together
Chatham Area Republican Women (CARW) is not a social club, but a serious working organization, concerned with issues, recruiting good candidates and getting them elected. Through philanthropy, education and volunteerism members have made a positive impact on the community.
We advocate participation in the following programs:
Caring for America
Encourages volunteerism and private sector initiatives at the local, state, and national levels.
Support our troops
Encourage local clubs and members to show support for the armed forces by engaging in projects that aid our U.S. troops and their families.
Education and literacy
A series of programs that promote education and literacy in our nation’s communities.
Resources, links, and program ideas designed to help federation members raise awareness of flag protocol and promote patriotism in their communities.
Mamie Eisenhower Library Project
Fosters Republican philosophy and ideas through the donation of related books to libraries, schools, hospitals, other institutions, and more.
Awarded to high school senior girls based on scholastic achievement, school activities, community involvement, and belief in a conservative government. Learn more.
Members provide supplies when needed.
Office holders and professional advisors make presentations on subjects such as fundraising, media, and the effects on their families for prospective candidates.
Related links and information.
Republican National Committee
The Georgia Republican Party
Congressman Buddy Carter
Governor Brian P. Kemp
Library of Congress
Georgia State Government
Georgia General Assembly
The Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire
CHATHAM COUNTY CONSERVATIVE COALITION
Ladies on the Right
Tybee Island Republican Club
Stand Up, Lead or Shut UP
Skidaway Island Republican Club
Chatham County Republican Party
Chatham County Republican Party – Home (wildapricot.org)
Savannah Area Young Republicans
Savannah Area Young Republicans | Facebook
Southeast Georgia Republican Assembly