August Service Project: Thank you to everyone that helped coordinate, collect, deliver, and stuff the backpacks for the Neu-Life Community Development Center children! They are starting the school year off with the correct tools. Also, thank you to all that helped with the Career Day and distribution.
Congratulations to all of the new Club Board and Club Foundation Officers and Directors taking on new positions and serving for the next year or more. And thank you to all of the Officers and Directors who have fulfilled their terms as of the end of May.
The June meeting will be a social get-together held on June 22nd. The Club will not meet again until September, but we have many volunteering opportunities to fill over the summer. Please reference the June newsletter for specifics and volunteer! We need you!
We are collecting items for Sojourner Family Peace Center, since our meeting will be held at their facility in May. Their greatest needs are:
- Slippers for kids and toddlers
- Underwear for toddlers
- Socks for infants and toddlers
Please bring your donations to our meeting on May 25th. Thank you!
We are collecting twin sheet sets (white or beige) for CORE/El Centro in April. CORE/El Centro uses the sheets in their rehabilitation efforts (massage, etc.) with women healing from domestic violence. Please bring them to the April business meeting. Thank you!
The Zonta Club of Milwaukee Prospective Member reception is being held for prospective members who are interested in learning more about Zonta International and the Zonta Club of Milwaukee, an organization whose mission is to empower women locally and worldwide through service & advocacy.
If you plan to come, please RSVP to Pam Knackert at email@example.com or 262-784-7613 by Saturday, April 30th. Invitation PDF
The Zonta Club of Milwaukee is pleased to invite you to this year’s Area 2 Spring Workshop, focused on “Advocating with Courage”. The invitations have been sent and the electronic copy can be found here. Please plan to join us on April 23rd in Waukesha!
Do you have extra cookbooks that are no longer used, just taking up space in your kitchen? Bring them to the next Club meeting (March 23rd) and donate them for HeartLove Place – Prostart Program!
HeartLove Place fills a major gap in central Milwaukee by offering the ProStart Culinary Arts Program, which trains and prepares participants to obtain entry-level careers in the food service and hospitality industry. This is a 14-week program founded by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Since its inception at HeartLove Place in 2002, ProStart has graduated over 500 people from the program and has helped place 46% in industry-related jobs. Other graduates have gone on to open their own companies, advance their education further, and take positions in other industries.