The event included a fashion show with silent auction and raffle to raise funds to support their 2018 grants and scholarships.
The 2017 grants and scholarships were awarded to:
Broadscope Disabilities Services
New-Life Community Resource Center
Pearls for Teen Girls
and The Women's Center of Waukesha.
Three educational scholarships were awarded to support young women in:
About 25 women from the Village of Richfield were in attendance.
The Confederation of Zonta Clubs was formed in 1930. Originally conceived as a female equivalent of the Lions Clubs (an organization that, until 1987, was all-male), Zonta sponsors program to help women in the field of public affairs and policy making. It has consultative status with the Council of Europe, the United Nations (UN), ILO, and several UN agencies.
If you are interested in joining Zonta Club of Milwaukee consider attending a meeting at Northwest Family Activity and Event Center 4034 W. Good Hope Rd. Milwaukee on Wednesday May 3 at 5:50. For more information visit Zonta Milwaukee. A good time was had by all. Keep up the great work you do for women.