Since 1923, Zonta International has provided more than 27 million US Dollars to empower women and expand their access to education, health care, economic opportunities and safe living conditions.  
Through donations to the Zonta International Foundation, Zonta improves women's lives, their children's lives and the communities in which they live and work.  Join us in making gender equality a reality for women and girls worldwide.

Our Programs

  • Voices against Violence curriculum implemented in 35 countries
    Trainers who attended the four Voices against Violence training workshops have produced their own national training plans. As a result, there are action plans in 35 countries.
  • Zonta and UNFPA empower girls in Niger to say no to child marriage
    Zonta International contributed 1 million US Dollars to UNFPA from 2014 to 2016 to support efforts to reduce early marriage and early pregnancy in Niger.
  • Zonta helps reach 100,000 adolescents with Rwanda project
    In cooperation with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Zonta International has supported efforts to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and gender-based violence in Rwanda since 2008. Read an update to find out more about the project and its recent accomplishments.
  • Our Program Partners

    Our Donor Partners

    Beate Normann

    District 28 Foundation Ambassador
    Lucerne, Switzerland

    "Being an active Zontian gives me the possibility to make a difference and stress the importance and impact of education, security, human and gender rights for women on a local, national and international level."

    Dot Patrick

    Club President
    Pine Rivers, Australia

    “On becoming a member for Zonta International, I was quickly made aware that Zonta was very much an international organization, not only an organization to help women and girls in my local community.”

    Dolly Dastoor, PH.D

    Former Committee Chairman
    Montreal, Canada

    “All women have the right to live without fear of violence, to access affordable, quality education and healthcare, to hold any job they wish, and to life their families out of poverty.”