Members in District 15 provide service to both their local and international communities through a wide range of service projects and events.  Click here to learn more about Who We Are

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Become a Member Today!


Member Application


Zonta is an international service organization working to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. Members of Zonta Clubs are actively engaged or have experience in a decision-making capacity in a recognized business or profession.

If you are a professional or a business executive and you are interested in becoming a member of a Zonta Club in District 15, complete this form.

* Dues - new members joining between June 1 - Nov 30: District dues $20.00. International dues $83.00 plus $15.00 application fee. (payable in U.S.D.)

* Dues - new members joining between Dec 1 - May 1: District dues $10.00. International dues $43.00 plus $15.00 application fee. (payable in U.S.D.)

* Individual club dues may also be collected.








Welcome, to the official website for Zonta International District 15  
 
   

        

Zonta International is a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.


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Cheryl Hall
District 15 Governor
 


View the Governor's Reception Photos by Clicking Here


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Save the Date! North American Inter-District Meeting
                           
 
 
                               International Women's Day - March 8, 2015

“Countries with more gender equality have better economic growth.  Companies with more women leaders perform better.  Peace agreements that include women are more durable.  Parliaments with more women enact more legislation on key social issues such as health, education, anti-discrimination and child support.  The evidence is clear: equality for women means progress for all”

                                                                                                                             Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon

 
 
Service Across Our District

Starting in this month’s newsletter is a column highlighting great Service projects in clubs across the District.

The District 15 Service Committee wants to encourage the sharing of these great projects in the newsletter with the concept of One Picture, One Project.

This concept can be credited to Bonnie McArthur from Pontiac North Oakland when she was District Service Chair from 2010 to 2012.

This month highlights clubs are.....Click Here to Read More!





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HUMAN TRAFFICKING & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.  WHAT DO WE DO NOW?

At Fall Conference many clubs/members pledged to Jane White to take the challenge to 'do something'
in the next 90 days to raise awareness about  Human Trafficking. 

I expect that many of you have accomplished your goal!

Please share your 'do something' story with me so that I can share it with the greater ZI District 15 membership the Zonta Says No page.

Let's work together and make a difference in the fight against Human Trafficking & the Zonta Says No! to Violence Against Women initiative.  Share your story by emailing me at:
d15governor@zonta15.org.
                                        Cheryl Hall, D15 Governor
   



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Members  - Check out  the Member Resources page to find all the forms & info presented at the recent District 15 Fall Conference! 
Anne Doyle's Insights on Leadership.  Learn more>


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 Learn more about Zonta by viewing our video Then join Zonta and Make a Difference!
























 

November 25, 2014 marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.  Read how clubs created awareness.

Advocacy ~ 
  Taking Action To Raise Awareness and Educate


Domestic Sexual Violence Against Women
Understanding Verbal Abuse learn more>
   
Zonta Say No!

Human Trafficking   
'Stand In & Stand Up to End Human Trafficking' 
learn more>

Breast Cancer Awareness

    


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