We are delighted to announce the Zonta Club of Perth Raffle (permit number: L5212198018) was drawn at St Catherine’s College Nedlands on 14 March 2019.
Results of the draw:
First Prize: Ticket number: 0033
Second Prize: Ticket number: 0221
Third Prize: Ticket number: 0092
The lucky winners have all been notified.
Thank you to Larson Ventures, Plantagenet Wines and South Perth Travel for donating the prizes.
Please note that raffle ticket numbers 0191-0200 were not included in the draw, as this book of unsold tickets were mislaid.
Join us for an early evening sundowner in member Jill’s shady garden. Bring family, friends and colleagues for great wine, food and entertainment. A silent auction will be held for items including a very exclusive painting by Yvonne Burgu.
Sunday February 17th 2019 from 6-8pm
Bookings at https://www.trybooking.com/ZYFE
Download Flyer for raffle
- lazing the weekend away in the lap of luxury at Cape Lodge country estate in the heart of Margaret River….aaah
- or sharing 12 bottles of Plantagenet Wines and a $300 hotel accommodation gift voucher…mmmm
- or feasting from your luxury gourmet hamper at your favourite picnic spot…yummm
The Zonta Club of Perth’s raffle is limited to 300 tickets.. Tickets are $20 and available from:
Support the Zonta Club of Perth to empower women. Great Christmas stocking idea!
Winners are drawn on 14th March 2019. Permit No L5212198018. Results published on http://www.zontaperth.org.au
On 10th November, Area 3 Director Faith O’Brien and the Zonta Club of Perth hosted the Area 3 Woman of Achievement and Jane M Klausman Women in Business Scholarship presentation at the Royal Perth Golf Club, South Perth.
Photo L-R: Area 3 Director Faith O’Brien, Minister Simone McGurk, Area 3 Woman of Achievement Irene Stainton and District 23 Lt Governor Sandra Burns
Minister Simone McGurk presented Irene Stainton with the 2018 Woman of Achievement Award and Zonta International Director Judy Gorton presented Kerran Olson with the JMK Woman in Business Scholarship for 2018.
Photo L-R: JMK recipient Kerran Olson and International Director Judy Gorton
Inspirational nominees of the Woman of Achievement Award were Caroline Thompson, Deanne Shade, Jannine Gliddon and Irene Stainton. Congratulations to all these amazing women and the contributions they make to our communities.
Photo L-R: Minister Simone McGurk with Women of Achievement nominees Caroline Thompson, Deanne Shade, Jannine Gliddon and Irene Stainton.
Download Comedy Tonight Flyer
Come and celebrate the joys of life at the Comedy Tonight fundraising cabaret nights!
Featuring singers from the Bernay Studio, Bachelor of Classical Voice, Acting and Music Theatre Diploma (WAAPA) with pianist Brodie Stewart – this event is guaranteed to make you smile!
- When: Friday 26 October and Saturday 27 October
- Where: Logie Drama Studio, 180 Onslow Road, Shenton Park
- Time: 7.30 pm
- Tickets: Adults $30 Students $20 from Trybooking
- BYO drinks (snacks provided by Zonta)
All proceeds go towards making a difference for women and girls through education awards.
Enquiries: Sandra @ 0417 394 824 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 September 13 Meeting Flyer
The club is delighted to welcome Suzanne Hunt as our guest speaker to the September meeting. In 2017, Suzie was the first woman to be elected by her peers to the position of President of the WA Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. She will share with us her work with the Australian Institute of Architect’s National Council’s Gender Equity Taskforce. Come and hear about her role as a formal mentor of the recently established networking group #WorkWomenWisdom Forum for women in the design profession.
We will also have the opportunity to meet Janinne Gliddon, the Zonta Club of Perth’s District 23 Area 3 Woman of Achievement nominee for 2018. Janinne, a senior Health Promotion Officer, is the championing force behind Australia’s first hospital-based Aboriginal Volunteer Program at King Edward Memorial Hospital. “The goal is that Aboriginal patients at our hospital will feel more supported in a culturally appropriate way, which we hope contributes to optimum health outcomes for mum and baby.”
Share the flyer with your friends – the more the merrier!
Escape the mid-winter blues and join the fun at our Mamma Mia Premiere ‘Feel-Good’ Film Night fundraiser:
- Date: Thursday 19 July at the Grand Cinemas Cygnet, 16 Preston St, Como.
- Time: Drinks from 5:30 pm, film starts at 6:00 pm
- Tickets: $25 including a welcome drink
- Contact: Ute on 0432 949 199 for tickets or email email@example.com
Get ready to sing and dance, laugh and love all over again.
Ten years after Mamma Mia! The Movie grossed more than $600 million around the world, you are invited to return to the magical Greek island of Kalokairi in an all-new original musical based on the songs of ABBA. Get a taste of the movie today!
Don’t forget to bring some cash for the raffle.
All proceeds go to supporting Zonta Club of Perth projects to empower women worldwide through service and advocacy.
Many thanks to our generous sponsors:
- Preston Street IGA
- Millpoint Caffe Bookshop
Today the Zonta Club of Perth hosted a lunch at a member’s home for our Ishar ladies (refugee and migrant women). The women come from a variety of countries and cultures and the friendship between members and the women has grown over recent years. The club continues to be inspired by these magnificent women.
14 June 2018: The ZONTA club of Perth celebrates Judy Gorton‘s tenure as District Governor. It has been our absolute pleasure to watch her thrive in this role and we know she will do us proud going forward at the upcoming Yokohama convention. Thanks for being a wonderful District Governor!
Photo: Judy Gorton (standing centre with certificate and rose) with club members at the June meeting .
At the April meeting members were inspired to hear the personal stories of Dr Glenda Kickett. Glenda, who is a social worker and senior lecturer at UWA, has received many accolades and awards for her service to the community including being inducted into the WA Women’s Hall of Fame. A Ballardong Wadjuk woman, Glenda is proud of her heritage and shared stories of wildflowers, heart, respect, love of country and netball. As Chair of NAIDOC she helped pioneer the Miss NAIDOC Perth program to give young women opportunities for leadership and development. Members appreciated Glenda’s warmth, generosity and humour in sharing her journey so far. Pictured: Sandra Burns, Dr Glenda Kickett and Lind Higgie.