Brenda Graham, Chairperson
ZC of Kitchener-Waterloo
Committee: Judy Powers, ZC of Hamburg-Orchard Park; Ann Marie West, ZC of Batavia Genesee County; Jennifer Bliss, ZC of Warren
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.
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.
D4 Service has a new initiative
As a way to share and encourage club service projects, we are going to start profiling one club in each newsletter. We will outline how old the club is, how many members, provide club contact info and share a past project, covid project and planned future project (if there is one). We will also include a picture if available.
We hope clubs will be able to relate to other clubs and get fresh ideas for projects. We hope you find this information useful and encourage you to reach out to these clubs or our committee at [email protected] for any questions or ideas you may have.
D4 Service Committee
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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.
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.