District 4


Projects, Resources & Inspiration

To ensure membership within Zonta International our District and D4 clubs must have a standing Service committee to comply with the mission of empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.

Zonta Service

ZI also encourages clubs to develop new projects to refresh members’ involvement and to offer a service unique to their own community.

Encouraging new collaboration with two like-minded organizations.

District 4 welcomes ideas for district projects. Projects are voted on by delegates at the District Conference and implemented the following biennium.

Corry Zonta Helps Victims of Human Trafficking

The Zonta Club of Corry packed 806 bras on Thursday, July 7, to aid victims of human trafficking, who sell the bras to make money to support their families. The bras were collected in Corry and Union City. The packed boxes were taken to LECOM Health Corry Memorial...

D4 Service – May’s Club

Zonta Club of Bradford - Area 5Chartered: 1954 President: Fran Steward   Bradford Club members were busy lending a helping hand at Care For Children. Bicycle helmets and safety information were sorted and prepared for the Kindergarten Bicycle Safety Program....

D4 Service Update

I would like to thank my committee Judy Powers, Jennifer Bliss, Ann Marie West and Faria Latif for their work this biennium in helping to promote service projects in our district. We hope the presentations we provided at conference, in two workshops and two D4 Service...

ZC of Cheektowaga-Lancaster Collects Bras

ZC of Cheektowaga-Lancaster Collects BrasThe two pictures show a small selection of the bras donated, and the 2 boxes they were packed into for mailing.Christine Ziemba, a member of the Cheektowaga-Lancaster Club spearheaded a Free the Girls bra collection in the...

D4 Service – March’s Club

Zonta Club of Guelph - Area 1Chartered: 1979 Ten members Contact for more information:  Tanya Tagwerker at [email protected] On a cold February 26th evening, a small team of Zonta Club of Guelph members, along with thousands of Canadian across the country, participated...

D4 Service Talk Mon., Feb. 28th

A D4 Service Talks session is coming Monday, February 28th 7:00 - 8 pm via zoom. Join in this interactive session, with a panel including Governor Janice to kick it off, followed by breakout sessions and topics like how to promote your projects, who you can partner...

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Zonta Club of Guelph

D4 Service Club of the Month

Chartered: 1979

Area 1

Number of Members – 10

Contact: Tanya Tagwerker

On a cold February 26th evening, a small team of Zonta Club of Guelph members, along with thousands of Canadian across the country, participated in Coldest Night of The Year, by walking to fundraise to support and serve people and families experiencing homelessness, hurt and hunger in their community. They surpassed their goal with a total of $1450.00 going to the Hope House in Guelph.

Hope House operates and advocates on the belief that poverty, food insecurity, inequality, health and community are all interconnected. They offer services and programs that challenge the stigmas surrounding poverty and allow our community members to maintain their dignity and choice, while simultaneously providing them with tactile skills developed in a community environment, creating long-term skills that facilitate self-sufficiency.

Hats off to the Zonta Club of Guelph for their support of this impactful project in their community!

As I say, make your service projects fun and they will be successful.

Brenda Graham, D4 Service Chairperson

D4 Service FAQs

D4 Service answers your questions.

D4 Talks - Service

Presentation Video & PDF

Club Service Projects

Club service projects are a vital aspect of a club resilience, membership in Zonta International and engaging new members.  District 4 has a history of achieving Zonta International Service Award Recognitions. Share your club projects with us and be inspired by what D4 clubs are doing.

D4 Project - Birthing Kits

More than 650 million girls and women alive today were married as children — before they were 18 years old.

Zonta International Service Projects

Zonta International is passionate about providing life-changing opportunities for women and girls through international service. Zonta has improved women’s health, provided better economic opportunities and prevented gender-based violence in 66 countries.

Local Service Projects Around the World

See what other clubs are choosing for local projects.

Service Policies, Guidelines & Resources

Affiliation and partnerships with Other Organizations

Contact D4 Service

Contact D4 Service with your club’s service project or questions.

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