REGISTER HERE FOR IN-PERSON DETAILS (Optional Lunch) or for ZOOM Link Zonta Club of Birmingham Thursday, February 2, 2023 11:30 AM (Networking - In person & via Zoom) 11:45 AM Welcome & Speaker 12:30 PM Business Meeting Zonta Club of Birmingham welcomes our February guest speaker, Helen Smith, a Victim Specialist with the FBI in … Continue reading FBI & TRAFFICKING VICTIM ADVOCACY | ZONTA CLUB, BIRMINGHAM | FEB 2, 2023
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For the past several years, the Zonta Club of Birmingham has sponsored a billboard at the intersection of I-65N at Oxmoor Road in Homewood, AL (US). The message aligns with Zonta International's "16 Days of Activism for the Elimination of Violence Against Women" and the Zonta Says No" campaign. The billboard gives a prominent hotline … Continue reading ZONTA SAYS NO TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: 1-800-799-SAFE
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND THIS SESSION! Zonta is Building a Better World for Women & Girls Join Zonta for the November 2022 Monthly Meetingin Gardendale, Alabama (US) (In-person or virtually via Zoom) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER November Meeting Topic: Self Care Speakers: Annetta W. Nunn & Mollie Erickson Thursday, November 3, 2022See Eventbrite for … Continue reading SELF CARE IN 2022 | ZONTA CLUB OF BIRMINGHAM
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The Zonta advocacy campaign is “Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women” and the Birmingham group worked to have the message displayed for motorists traveling northbound into the City of Birmingham.
This year we are focusing on human trafficking, particularly in view of the upcoming World Games in Birmingham.
"The Zonta Club of Birmingham today celebrates Human Rights Day, observed throughout the world as a recognition of the worth of all human beings and a call to promote equality and justice for all. The 16 Days of Activism beginning on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and ending … Continue reading Zonta Says No
Each year, the YWCA Central Alabama hosts Santa’s Workshop to help families who are living in area homeless/transitional shelters or those otherwise in need to have a happy holiday season. On the day of the event, children meet Santa and make gifts and crafts that they can give to parents, teachers, friends, and other loved … Continue reading MORE SMILES, PLEASE! ZONTA CLUB OF BIRMINGHAM