Soroptimist International of Martinez, CA. All rights reserved.9/20/2019
|P.O. Box 2340, Martinez, CA 94553
Soroptimist membership celebrates the unique power of women. It's a gift that women give to themselves: the
chance to experience friendship and fun.
We hope you have fun exploring our website, learning more about the Soroptimist outlook, how we choose our
programs of service and what successes we enjoy.
We empower the Soroptimist dream by fundraising to further our mission to provide women and girls access to the
education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment!
Locally in our home town we are supporting the young women at Juvenile Hall; giving awards and scholarships to young
women and students; sewing blankets for Children's Family Services; sponsoring the Martinez Chamber's Woman of the
Year award; planning and assisting Dream It Be It's Get Real Academy; and, participating with Kiwanis serving breakfast
for Relay for Life.
We're looking forward to a busy and productive year! We hope you can join us at one of our meetings and decide if
Soroptimist membership is the right choice for you!
No matter where you are located, there is probably a Soroptimist club nearby. We are an international group and carry
NGO status at the United Nations. We hope to see you soon!
If you are head of household and meet the financial needs qualifications then don't miss this opportunity to
participate in Live Your Dream. This award is for career support and training. It is awarded at the local club
level and submitted for higher level competition.
All of us in Soroptimist want to help you to live your dream! Every year, more than $2 million in education
grants are awarded to nearly 1,500 women, many of whom have overcome enormous obstacles including
poverty, domestic violence, and/or drug and alcohol abuse.
See our InfoGraphic for a dynamic visual of Live Your Dream's Impact on Women and Girls.
Soroptimist International of Martinez
Proclamation to Stop Human Trafficking
(To View Proclamation Click on Photo Below)
Be the Change
President Judy Moon, thanks members of Martinez City Council for their recognition and proclamation to Stop
Human Trafficking! From left to right: Councilmember Lara DeLaney, Mayor Rob Schroder, Judy Moon and
club members Bert Vigil and Christine Ratcliff, CED Director, City Hall.
|Our Big BINGO Fundraiser Is On Again!
It's our 5th Annual
at the IBEW Local 302 Union Hall
November 2, 2019
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; Play starts at 7:00 p.m.
(See our Activities Page for More Information)
Club members proudly display their new banner.