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The Zonta Club of Perth

Build a Better World For Women and Girls


"Empowering Women, Empowering the World! Zonta is a global network of women dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls through service and advocacy. Join us today and be a part of a movement that is making a positive impact in communities around the world."

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Applications for the Women Taking Climate Action Award is now closed. 


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The Zonta club of Perth is a Not-For-Profit organisation dedicated to inspiring action towards a world where gender equality is a reality. Our service projects include:


Zonta says NO to gender-based violence

We support survivors, raise awareness, and advocate for change


Zonta says YES to gender equality

We work to remove barriers and create opportunities for women and girls


Zonta says NOW to gender-equal climate action

We recognize that women are disproportionately affected by climate change 

Zonta was first formed in 1919 in Buffelo, New York, by author and playwright Marian de Forest, best known  for her work in adapting Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women. 

October Dinner Meeting
Dr Kristin Warren

Thur, 14 Sep | St Catherines College, Crawley

November Dinner Meeting
Alison Fan- Journalist

Thur, 14 Sep | St Catherines College, Crawley

Women in Black Shirts
  • Birthing Kit Assembly Day
    Birthing Kit Assembly Day
    Tue, 10 Oct
    Crawley, 8716 Hackett Dr., Crawley WA 6009, Australia
    Crawley, 8716 Hackett Dr., Crawley WA 6009, Australia
    Join us for a heartwarming and meaningful event, a Birthing Kit Assembly Day! Together, we will come together to assemble essential birthing kits for expectant mothers in need around the world.

The Perth Foundation for Women Ltd is the new charity arm of the Zonta Club of Perth. It is a ‘Deductible Gift Recipient’ - Donations above $2 are tax deductible.

GIVE TODAY TO build a better world for women 


The Zonta Club of Perth supports a variety of organisations 

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