Since 1923, Zonta International has provided more than 32.5 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

  • New update reports on progress of Delaying Early Marriage in Niger project
    Read a new report on the Delaying Early Marriage in Niger project from the period of January – June 2017. 
  • New update reports on progress of Liberia Fistula Project
    A new report on the Liberia Fistula Project from the period of 1 January – 30 June 2017 is now available.
  • 2018 AE Fellowship application deadline approaching
    The 2018 AE Fellowship application is due to Zonta International Headquarters on 15 November.
  • Our Program Partners

    Our Donor Partners

    NanaOforiwaaKorantengWeb

    NANA OFORIWAA KORANTENG

    District 18 Foundation Ambassador
    Accra North, Ghana

    "Zonta offers me an opportunity to pool funds with other caring professional women around the world in support of women and girls in need. As a member of a club of women with like minds we can tackle many issues from different angles with our different strengths and expertise."


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    SONIA ALBANESE

    International Director
    Rome, Italy

    I contribute to the Foundation because I want to restore dignity to women who have been humiliated by life and contribute to the serenity of young students who can become independent through studying.


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    DONNA CLARK

    District 3 Governor
    Waldorf, USA

    As a Zontian, it is a privilege to donate to the Zonta International Foundation because I know that I am making a difference in improving a woman’s life and her child’s life. Through those donations we can empower that woman to be a voice in her own community.

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