The Colorado Federation is a charter state of the NFRW and with six districts and 51 clubs.
Members actively work to educate voters by printing and distributing a "Primer of Politics for Colorado Voters" each election year.
The members helped elect the first Republican governor in 24 years and hosted the 1981 NFRW convention. They regularly host candidate forums and Lincoln Day dinners, work for Republican campaigns, volunteer at state and local headquarters, and organize get-out-the-vote efforts.
The various clubs provide needed community service, such as assisting women back to the workplace with donated clothing and accessories, helping with health fairs, providing scholarships and mentoring young people. Annually, Douglas County RW hosts the Egg Roll, a project of first Lady Frances Owens.