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Membership

Zonta Club of Hobart is actively involved in making a difference.

The Zonta Club of Hobart holds a dinner meeting on the second Tuesday of every month at a venue in the city.  The meeting provides an opportunity for club members to plan their fundraising and service activities, share and discuss matters of interest, hear from interesting guest speakers, consider options for community engagement, both locally and internationally, and enjoy each other’s company.

Our Achievements

Recently, Zonta Hobart has:

  • made and delivered breast cushions to women in Hobart recovering from mastectomy surgery

  • packed birthing kits to women in developing countries to reduce infant and maternal mortality

  • supported The Hobart City Mission's Small Steps program with monetary donations as well as donations of handmade blankets

  • provided financial and other assistance to local organisations and individuals

Responsibilities include:

  • Actively participate in Zonta activities in your local area, including service, advocacy and fundraising;

  • Attend monthly club meetings;

  • Pay all dues promptly;

  • Identify and suggest prospective new members;

  • Be familiar with organisational by-laws;

  • Support the programs of Zonta International Foundation;

  • Participate actively in meetings and deliberations and accept majority decisions;

  • Where possible, attend Area meetings and workshops, District conferences and International Conventions

Costs

There is a one-off registration fee and an annual subscription fee which includes a contribution to Zonta International, District 23 and the Zonta Club of Hobart to cover administration costs.  At meetings, members cover the cost of their own meals and refreshments. 

Benefits include:

  • You belong to a group of interesting professional women working together to improve the lives of women in our local area, nationally and internationally;

  • You are part of a well-respected international organisation, with opportunities to develop the fellowship of interesting people in your local area, nationally and internationally through Area (Tasmanian) workshops, District conferences  and International Conventions held in different locations throughout the world;

  • Personal growth through the opportunity to accept leadership roles in a supportive environment and the opportunity to participate in meetings;

  • Hands on direct involvement in worthwhile activities, like making breast cushions and assembling birthing kits and fundraising activities;

  • Networking with fellow Zontians and members of community groups; and

  • Enjoying friendships and having fun.

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