District 4

Membership

Sheena Poole, Committee Chairperson

ZC of Woodstock

Committee: Tanya Tagwerker, ZC of Guelph; Dianne Sison, ZC of Toronto; Donna Monaco, ZC of Grand Island; Cheri Magin, ZC of Rochester; Julie Kleinberger, ZC of Bradford; Nancy Crouthamel, ZC of Pittsburgh

Building, Engaging & Promoting

The path to membership in Zonta International is very different for each of us. For some, it is making a change in the community we live in, while others find it an opportunity to impact globally. Being part of a club gives us resources and a network to empower women.

  • District 4 has 655 Classified Members
  • District 4 has 5 Young Professionals
  • District 4 Area 1: 74 Members
  • District 4 Area 2: 108 Members
  • District 4 Area 3: 109 Members
  • District 4 Area 4: 148 Members
  • District 4 Area 5: 163 Members
  • District 4 Area 6: 53 Members

D4 Club Events

ZC of Toronto – Hats for Activism

Get your hat today!IS YOUR CLUB PARTICIPATING IN THE 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM?   Don’t hide your Zonta Says NO orange under your winter coat – WEAR IT ON YOUR HEAD! Zonta Club of Toronto is selling hand-made hats in Zonta Orange Made with soft, thick baby blanket...

ZC of Buffalo – From Suffrage to the ERA: Equity, Resilience, Activism

Women’s Rights Program Announced Free & Open to the public on Saturday, October 2, 2021Zonta Club of Buffalo has been a member of the Western New York Women’s Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee which has been developing an event entitled “From Suffrage to...

D4 Zonta Clubs Join Together for Birthing Kit Assembly

D4 Zonta Clubs Join Together to Assemble 900 Birthing KitsThe Zonta Clubs of Cheektowaga-Lancaster, Hamburg-Orchard Park and Buffalo gathered on Saturday morning, September 11, at the Cheektowaga Senior Center to work on a service project to provide a safe birth...

ZC of Rochester – Final Master Gardener Series on ZOOM

COMING SOON … the last Master Gardener Series on Zoom.  Grab the opportunity to learn about …  Rochester’s Olmstead Parks …  Monday, September 13th …  all from the comfort of your favorite chair.  PLEASE support this last mini fundraiser in the gardening series...

ZC of Geneva – Painting with Christine

Painting with Christine   “Flower Empower”   Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Welcome Center Community Room 35 Lake Front Dr.,  Geneva,  NY  14456 5:30 p.m.  to   8:00 p.m.Due to COVID we had to cancel this event in 2020. We have rescheduled for September...

32ND Annual Zonta Toronto Car Rally

START YOUR ENGINES! Join us for the 32ND Annual Zonta Toronto Car Rally Due to Covid, this will be an “in-car event” Saturday, October 16 Check-in 12 noon – Start Time 1:00 pm sharp Tim Horton’s 13305 Hwy 278 Nobleton, L0G 1M0 FEE: $70 per car Take as many people in a...

D4 Service – September’s Club

Zonta Club of Kitchener-WaterlooFounded in June 1978 Twenty-eight members Contact for more information:  President, Elizabeth Sproule Service Chair, Brenda Graham & Muriel Omand Naylor Birthing Kits The Zonta Club of KW regularly assembles birthing kits twice a...

ZC of Hamburg-Orchard Park’s Case of Wine Raffle

WINE RAFFLE For a Case of Wine  Multiple Winners  Tickets: $5.00 or 3/$10.00  Drawing November 8, 2021  Proceeds benefit scholarships and domestic violence projects  Contact Donna at [email protected] 

Zonta Club of Woodstock hosts 23rd Annual Golf Classic

On June 7, 2021, the Zonta Club of Woodstock hosted the first fundraising golf event in the area following a long 6-month Canadian winter COVID lockdown. You can imagine the excitement of women catching up with friends and enjoying the freedom of being outside...

ZC of Corry – Local Financial, Scholarship & STEM Support

Corry Zonta gives financial support   On June 23, the Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented Corry Hi-Ed Director Brody Howard with a $1,000 check for the 21st Century Girls program and a $500 check for an adult scholarship. From left are Zonta President Sandy...

ZC of Cheektowaga-Lancaster Donates to Family Justice Center

Zonta Club of Cheektowaga-Lancaster is in Area 4. Chartered in 1969 with about 30 members. President: Kathie Nichter Service Chair: Tere PiperTheir club has volunteered with the Family Justice Center (FJC) for many years. Members have volunteered as Intake...

District 4 & Zonta International YWPA Awardee Rachel Lim

Rachel Lim, 2021 Zonta International & District 4 YWPA Winner.The District 4 Awards Committee is very pleased to announce that Rachel Lim, submitted by the Zonta Club of Brampton-Caledon has been selected as the District 4 Young Women in Public Affairs scholarship...

ZC Hamburg-Orchard Park Drive-Thru Success

Drive-thru Chicken BBQ FundraiserHamburg-Orchard Park Donna K-C and Tricia Browne were this year's co-chairs.  The club sold 735 dinners making over $4000! It was a great networking day with everyone working together.  It was so good to see everyone in person again.

D4 Service – June’s Club

Zonta Club of TorontoFounded in 1927 Twenty members Contact for more information:  President, Faria Latif Service Chair, Lois SpencerWOMEN’S COLLEGE HOSPITAL SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTRE (SADVCC AT WCH) A COVID PROJECT (which could be a modification of the origination) Due...

D4 Service – New Initiative

Zonta Club of Toronto Service ProjectAs a way to share and encourage club service projects, we are going to start profiling one club in each newsletter, starting in this current newsletter. We will outline how old the club is, how many members, provide club contact...

Membership within Zonta

There are several Zonta membership options. Traditional club environment with in-person or a hybrid of online and in-person club operations. E-club where members meet online. Individual membership allows connecting to Zonta International without a commitment to club activities.  More Information…

Building Resilient, Healthy & Happy Clubs

To empower women locally and globally clubs must be operationally sound, function professionally, and enthusiastically engage the membership in an enjoyable setting.  More Information…

Membership Recruitment

Attracting the right new members is a club activity and not solely the responsibility of individual members.  Being strategic and authentic in your identification and promotion; having an onboarding and mentoring program, building relationships and maintaining communications.  More Information…

Membership Retention

Members will stay if the club delivers what it promotes.  To empower women locally and globally clubs be operationally sound, function professionally, and enthusiastically engage the membership in women-focused projects in an enjoyable setting.  More Information…

Engaging in Zonta

As a Zonta member, you have the opportunity to involve yourself beyond the local club activities. Engaging with other clubs, District 4 and Zonta International can offer a greater understanding of Zonta and generate the potential to discover new friends.  More Information…

Promoting Zonta

There are numerous ways to promote Zonta and your club.  Website, social media, advertising material, traditional print, radio and television. Discover your community’s media channels and determine what works best for your club.  More Information…

Aligning Club Goals with ZI

Transformation, Change & New Opportunities Accomplished Through Teamwork