Did you know that there are over 30,000 Zontians in over 1200
clubs in 67 countries around the world - all working together to
help advance the status of women?
The Zonta Club of Perth, founded in 1971, was the first Zonta club
to be chartered in Western Australia. Club members are
executives in business and the professions and include business
owners, CEOs, health professionals, lawyers, accountants,
scientists, counsellers, educators, archeologists, engineers -
women are drawn from a diverse range of occupations!
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at St
Catherine's College, University of Western Australia. Meetings
usually include dinner, fellowship, business and a presentation by
a guest speaker. Zonta International is represented on a host of
United Nations committees which means that, through Zonta
service, women can make a difference on the local scene and at
an international level.
If you would like to know more about Zonta please contact
our Club President,'Tricia Summerfield, via our club's email
address at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zonta Club of Perth Inc, PO Box 237 Nedlands WA 6909
December 11 Club Christmas Cockail Party - St Catherine's, UWA
January 11 Zonta Club of Bunbury - Sunday in the Park, Myalup
February 12 International Fundraising Dinner - Dalkeith
March 5 UN Women Breakfast, Perth Convention Centre
March 28 Area 3 Workshop, Bunbury
16-18 October District 23 Conference, Adelaide
Last updated 30 November 2014
Zonta Says NO is a campaign to raise
awareness of violence against women and
girls around the world.
What do we say NO to?
Degrading traditional practices
Female child labour
Discrimination in employment
Violence from law enforcement agencies
Denial of female education
Negative cultural attitude
How can you say NO?
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ZONTA HOUSE REFUGE
ON ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY
The Zonta House Refuge has helped over 8,000
women and shelters 48 women every night in its 18
You can help by donating money, furniture or time to help
rebuild women's lives through Starting Over Support