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Zonta Club of Morristown Area

Member of Zonta International

SERVICE PROJECTS

As a Club, we can report service activities that members perform in the community as food bank work, hospital support volunteer work, women's advocacy activities or similar volunteer work, as long as the Club agrees that the activity supports Zonta goals and objectives.  If you participate in service activities that you would like the Club to consider for approval, complete the requested form (attached) and mail, email, fax to a board member (see Contacts page).  Please complete a separate form for each organization or activity. Click here for form.
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Disbursement of Service Funds
We have generated service funds in our treasury, for which we need to discuss allocation or disbursement.  The recommendation from the Board is that we identify organizations in Morris County that:  1) support women and women's issues, 2) do not otherwise receive significant corporate funding or independent funding, 2) are preferably not for profit, and 4) may be struggling smaller organizations for whom support from Zonta will be more noticeable.  The Board needs organizations like this to be identified, and suggestions as to how we may support them.  Worthy organizations may or may not be those we have supported in the past.  Please bring your suggestions forward as soon as possible.
Club Service Activities
International Service Projects
Since Zonta International was founded in 1919, Zontians have been passionate about empowering women in developing countries through international service. In the more than 90 years since its first international service project was funded, Zonta International has contributed nearly US$15.5 million to projects  benefiting women in 37 countries. Through funding from the Zonta International Foundation, the Zonta International Service Program has provided training, education, health, sanitation, agricultural and micro-credit assistance to women, primarily through projects implemented by the agencies of the United Nations and other recognized non-governmental organizations. During the 2018-2020 Biennium, projects are being supported by the International Service Fund:
© Copyright Zonta Club of Morristown Area

SERVICE PROJECTS

Zonta Club of

Morristown Area

Member of Zonta International

Club Service Activities
As a Club, we can report service activities that members perform in the community as food bank work, hospital support volunteer work, women's advocacy activities or similar volunteer work, as long as the Club agrees that the activity supports Zonta goals and objectives.  If you participate in service activities that you would like the Club to consider for approval, complete the requested form (attached) and mail, email, fax to a board member (see Contacts page).  Please complete a separate form for each organization or activity. Click here for form.
Disbursement of Service Funds
We have generated service funds in our treasury, for which we need to discuss allocation or disbursement.  The recommendation from the Board is that we identify organizations in Morris County that:  1) support women and women's issues, 2) do not otherwise receive significant corporate funding or independent funding, 2) are preferably not for profit, and 4) may be struggling smaller organizations for whom support from Zonta will be more noticeable.  The Board needs organizations like this to be identified, and suggestions as to how we may support them.  Worthy organizations may or may not be those we have supported in the past.  Please bring your suggestions forward as soon as possible.
International Service Projects
Since Zonta International was founded in 1919, Zontians have been passionate about empowering women in developing countries through international service. In the more than 90 years since its first international service project was funded, Zonta International has contributed nearly US$15.5 million to projects  benefiting women in 37 countries. Through funding from the Zonta International Foundation, the Zonta International Service Program has provided training, education, health, sanitation, agricultural and micro-credit assistance to women, primarily through projects implemented by the agencies of the United Nations and other recognized non-governmental organizations. During the 2018-2020 Biennium,projects is being supported by the International Service Fund: