Committee Chair

Adelle Hunter

Service

Zonta International advocates for women’s human rights and gender equality in all areas of women’s rights. ZI partners with UN agencies like UNFPA, U.S. Fund for UNICEF which financially support projects to empower women and girls. The projects focuses on issues; health, education, equality and human rights, human trafficking etc.  At the local club levels the club are functioning at one hundred percent. The club projects focus on women and girls issues.

 

 Zonta Club of Naples service committee is responsible for finding out what the needs are for the community.  This committee meets monthly to discuss projects and makes recommendations to the board. The committee is to coordinate those projects approved in which all members are to participate in the activities and events. The service committee can partner with other like-minded organizations that are working on projects that supports the Zonta mission.

For more information about Zonta Service, contact us at service@zonta-naples.org

Zonta Club of Naples | Service Activity | July 2019

Chairperson Adele Hunter and Service Committee volunteer at Habitat for Humanity

Zonta Club of Naples | Service Activity | Jan - Mar 2019

Zonta Celebrates 100 Years!

Sally Bean, (centered) ZI 2020 Convention Coordinator

Zonta Service Committee | Project Help 2019

Donated Under Garments for Those in Need

Ilene Wesley, Director

Zonta Service Committee | Rose Day Service Program

 March 8 | 2019

Zonta Club of Naples

Check Presentation to Charities - 2018

 

Zonta Club of Naples

Check Presentation to Charities - 2019

 

Dr. Green presented our charities, grants in the amount of $2000 each.

Marianne Kearns,

Executive Director | PACE

Julie Franklin accepted for

Linda Oberhaus, Executive Director

Abused Shelter for Woman and Children

Michelle Groce, Director | TAPP Immokalee (left)

Jennifer Cypress, Director | TAPP Collier (right)

Empowering Women to Make a Difference!

ZONTA CLUB OF NAPLES

Naples, FL 34101

P.O. Box 10911

Linda K. Pearson, President