Awareness Hour

Wednesday, 26 April 2917


Join us for an informative hour to learn about the exciting, and important,  work of the Zonta Club of Geelong.

Hear from club members about Zonta’s reach, from local activities -  scholarships and service and advocacy projects including participation in the Barwon Month of Action - to District and International projects such as sewing and stuffing breast care cushions for local hospitals, packing  birthing kits for third world countries and participation in the 'Zonta Says No to Violence against Women' campaign.

Our work assists in securing the future of women here in Geelong, throughout Australia and across the world. 

Come and spend just one hour to learn more about what we do and see if you would like to consider becoming a part of such an amazing, dynamic service club whose primary focus is to empower women through service and advocacy.

WHEN:      Wednesday April 26th 2017

WHERE:    Belmont Library, 163 High Street,  Belmont (parking at rear, entry off Roslyn Rd)

TIME:        6.00 – 7.00pm

 RSVP:      5pm, Monday April 24th 2017 by e-mail: zontaclubgeelong@yahoo.com.au or 
                 contact Marion Wilde, convenor Membership Fellowship committee  
                 on 0401 209 316

Complimentary light refreshments will be served.

We look forward to welcoming you to this informative session.

For a Calendar of club activities for this year, see our Coming Events page.

The ZONTA club of Geelong very much appreciates the support we receive from members of the community. If you would like to make a donation towards one of our specific projects, or simply help the club with its work in general, please CLICK HERE.


Zonta Says No


“Zonta Says NO to Violence against Women” is a Zonta International campaign to raise awareness of  the issue and increase actions to end violence against women and girls around the world. The campaign, which began in November 2012, features the service and advocacy actions of Zonta clubs and districts to prevent and end violence against women and girls in their local communities.
It also highlights Zonta International’s ongoing efforts to end violence against women and girls through the Zonta International Strategies to End Violence against Women (ZISVAW) program and through Zonta’s partnerships with the United Nations and its agencies.  

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