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Soroptimist International of Sacramento celebrates its 100th year of service and giving

Soroptimist International Sacramento (SIS) is part of a global volunteer organization that provides women and girls access to the education and training needed to achieve economic empowerment. SIS is proud of its 100 year history and the impacts it has made in the community and the lives of women and girls.

PLEASE JOIN US ON MARCH 4, 2023 AS WE CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF HELPING WOMEN AND GIRLS LIVE THEIR DREAMS. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT http://sis.ticketleap.com/100/

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NEWS

Tickets for 100 Year Celebration

Tickets for 100 year celebration: http://sis.ticketleap.com/100/ Please join us on March 4, 2023 as we...

UPCOMING EVENTS

100 Year Celebration, Dante Club, Sacramento

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March 04, 2023 -

Speakers Linda Ching, Bruce Ritter: the Sacramento Botanical Garden

Bruce Ritter, O.D. grew up on Long Island, New York....

February 17, 2023 -

Business Meeting

March 03, 2023 -
Soroptimist of Sacramento Members

SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF THE AMERICAS’ DREAM PROGRAMS

Soroptimist International of Sacramento accomplishes much of its mission through utilizing and implementing the Soroptimist International of the Americas’ Dream Programs.

Live Your Dream –

Every year, Sacramento Soroptimist awards at least two grants to women who are the economic heads of their households. These grants are used to improve the education or career training of these women so they can improve their economic situation. See Grants & Scholarships section for more information.

Dream It, Be It –

Soroptimist of Sacramento presents this program to teen aged girls who face obstacles to their future success in order to help them improve their self-image and their chances for training for a successful career. See Program Activities section for more information.

SOROPTIMIST OF SACRAMENTO SCHOLARSHIPS

Soroptimist International of Sacramento is proud of its unique program for providing college scholarships each year to eligible young women within the Sacramento community. These scholarships are funded by endowment funds which have been contributed by Soroptimist club members, former club members or families of former or current club members. Four to eight scholarships are presented each year through an application process open to young women students in the Sacramento area. See Grants & Scholarships section for more information.

Sacramento Community Grants and Services

Soroptimist International of Sacramento has provided grants to other non-profit agencies in the Sacramento area whose programs also work toward the fulfillment of our Soroptimist Vision, Mission, and Values. See Program Activities section for more information.

Sacramento Soroptimist Money Matters Program

This program has been designed and implemented by our club members and teaches women and high school girls in the Sacramento region how to manage their personal finances. See Grants & Programs section for more information.

Soroptimist of Sacramento Meetings

SACRAMENTO SOROPTIMIST MEETINGS

Sacramento Soroptimist usually meets for lunch at Swanston Community Center, at 11:30 a.m. on the first and third Friday of each month except July and August. In holiday months, meeting dates or location may vary; see the online Club Calendar.

Soroptimist of Sacramento is the fourth oldest active Soroptimist club in the world. Our members have worked continuously through all those years to provide services to our community and to the world. We would welcome to membership anyone who shares our Vision, Mission and Values.

Please visit our Soroptimist International of Sacramento Membership page to see how you can be our guest at a club meeting or join us at one of our upcoming events to explore being a part of this worldwide organization. See Membership section for more information.

OUR MISSION

Soroptimist is a global volunteer organization that provides women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment.

Gender Equality EMPOWERMENT DIVERSITY & FELLOWSHIP EDUCATION