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  • Zonta clubs planning campaign activities:
    Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women
  • New Resources for Zonta Clubs


Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women 

Zonta clubs planning campaign activities: 
Equal rights and a life free of violence is NOT a women’s issue. It is a societal issue that has to be solved by women and men working together to achieve common goals. Most District 6 Zonta Clubs are planning to participate in the Zonta Says No to Violence Against Women campaign during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence November 25th to December 10th, 2014.

Resources for Zonta Clubs:
New and updated Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women campaign materials are available on the Zonta Says NO website.   http://zontasaysno.com/advocacy-tools/
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New Resources for District 6 Zonta Clubs: 

These resources can be found on this website under District 6 Resources.

  • District 6 goals for the 2014-2016 biennium (Resources from the Governor)
  • Club Vitality/Membership Survey (Resources: membership)
  • 5 Steps to Increasing Your Zonta Fundraising: PowerPoint and worksheet from District 6 Fall Conference by Eleanor Sweet. This also includes an offer of a free 20 minute consult, which ends December 2014. (Resources from the Governor)
  • District 6 Clubs’ Service Projects & Fundraisers, as reported at District 6 2014 Conference (Conferences and Workshops)
  • District 6 2014 Conference Summary  (Conferences and Workshops)

Fall Conference First Timer and Delegate Material **Now Available**

First time attending a Fall Conference?   Take a moment to look through this orientation packet….


Attending the conference as a delegate or alternate?  Here are some facts you should know…

Delegate and Alternate Fact Sheet



REGISTER NOW for Fall Conference 2014

Fall Conference Call

**Please note** the following correction to the Call:  The correct phone number for the conference hotel is  812-526-8600.  We apologize for this error.

2014 Call to Conference

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