• Zonta Club of Harrisburg-Hershey
  • Member of Zonta International
  • Empowering Women Through Service and Advocacy

Welcome

Empowering Women Both Locally and Globally

Serving South Central Pennsylvania, the Zonta Club of Harrisburg-Hershey became a chartered club of Zonta International (ZI) on March 11, 1980. ZI is a leading global organization that partners with organizations across the globe to make a difference in the lives of women and girls through service and advocacy actions that focus on education and prevention of violence against women and girls. Zonta has 29,500 members from 63 countries working together to improve the lives of women and children. Read more about Zonta International by visiting their website at zonta.org.

In this website, you will see how Zonta empowers women through our Events, Service, Advocacy & Education, and Networking. 

The local Zonta Club of Harrisburg-Hershey club invites you to join us as we work to enhance the status of all women and children both locally and globally. Included here is information about the club’s history, the events throughout the year, our fundraising efforts and our commitment to Service Grants, the many ways we promote and advocate for women’s causes, and information about the scholarships that are available.

The club meets monthly. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are holding our monthly meetings via Zoom calls at least through December 2021. The meetings will continue to offers a guest speaker. See the Membership tab for more information about attending the monthly meetings or about membership in the club. Please contact zontaclubhbg@gmail.com if you would like additional information about the club. Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages at Zonta Club of Harrisburg-Hershey.

From Our Facebook Page

Zonta International is hosting a webinar in observance of Indigenous People's Day on Monday, 11 October at 10:00 AM Central Daylight Time.Many people are becoming aware of the international crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (women, girls, two spirit, men, and boys). Across the globe, this crisis deeply affects the lives of many of our Indigenous communities - whether on or off Tribal lands.Strong grassroots movements are necessary to propel public awareness and prevention of MMIP. Join Zonta International, the Zonta Club of Billings and the Montana Native Women’s Coalition for a conversation focusing on how Zontians around the globe can be involved in increasing awareness of the MMIP crisis and work with Indigenous organizations to find solutions for prevention, aid victims and their families, and empower Indigenous women.Learn more about this event and register at us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__naZRzY4Sa6DnbQc_y8HEQ ... See MoreSee Less
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Zonta President and Club Treasurer presented Shalom House staff with two checks to assist in their work of empowering women and children in their programs. This was part of the service dollars we collected throughout 2020-2021. Thanks to all who supported our efforts with their donations. ... See MoreSee Less
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