You have the power to strengthen our community by making the world a better place for women and girls.  We are a dynamic group of professionals and retirees.  We welcome new members who wish to join our club in making our community and the world a better place for women and girls.

How do I become a member of the Soroptimist International of Sacramento, Inc. (S.I.S.) Club?

Be our guest for lunch.  If you’d like to attend a meeting, email Membership Co-Chairs Phyllis Moist/Karen Smith

Meetings are held on 1st and 3rd Fridays (12-1 pm) at Swanston Community Center.

  1. Attend one meeting (as our guest) and an orientation session, and you are eligible for membership.
  2. Pay the Annual Membership Dues ($170) plus Induction fees ($40) for a total of $210.  If you join after January 1st, the dues are prorated to $140.  New members may also pay for optional Social and Hospitality ($20) , and optional Soroptimist Offers Service (SOS) ($50). This will be explained during the orientation.
  3. Submit an application to be approved by the board and SIS members.
  4. Attend a club meeting to be inducted into membership. This will be scheduled with you by the membership committee.

Are you ready to apply for membership?

  1. Download the application and fill out.
  2. Scan and email an electronic copy to Membership Co-Chair Karen Smith  She will secure other application information and give you more details about the club and the next steps.

To begin, download the application below

SIS membership app rev. 3:24 (pdf)

For application as a Word doc, please email Karen at

Pay for Membership

New members may submit a check by mail (see address below) or give to a member for $210 (between July 1 and December 31) or $140 (between January 1 and June 30).  If you wish to pay by credit card, this can be arranged. Please contact Karen Smith for information.  (A small service fee will be added.)

Mail checks to:

SI Sacramento, PO Box 163604, Sacramento, CA 95816




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