Zonta Club Skopje

member of Zonta International

Welcome!

Welcome to the home page of  Zonta Club of Skopje, member of Zonta International, a worldwide service organization of executives in business and the professions working together since 1919 to advance the status of women.

Zonta Club of Skopje has been chartered on 28 January 2004, as a first Zonta Club in Macedonia. Zonta Club of Skopje belongs to Area 5 (Bulgaria, Macedonia and Romania), within the District 30.

D30 is organized in five Areas including 8 Countries, partially (France/Area 1, Germany/Area 2, Italy/Area 3 and Switzerland/Area 4) and wholly (Principality of Monaco/Area 3, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia/Area 5).

Zonta services are targeted to advance the status of women in several ways.

Mission Statement

Zonta International is a Worldwide Service Organization of Executives in Business and the Professions working together to Advance the Status of Women.

The Zonta Club of Skopje actively supports organizations and individuals that assist women locally and abroad. Our club makes a difference by addressing various women's issues including health, education, poverty, employment, security and much more.

How is Zonta structured?

Individuals, called Zontians, are members of Zonta clubs. Zonta clubs are members of Zonta International, which is divided into 30 geographical districts around the world for ease of administration. Clubs in specific areas belong to a district. At club, district and international level, democratically elected boards lead the organisation and provide direction for the future. Decisions are made at monthly club meetings, district conferences are held in the odd years and international conventions are held in the even years.

What do Zontians actually do?

Zontians volunteer their time, talents and energy to local and international service projects that advance the status of women and meet Zonta's Objectives.

Clubs decide on their own service projects at a local level. At an international level, the programs are developed and overseen by subcommittees of the Status of Women Service Committee, which reports to the Zonta International Board. International service projects are voted upon and approved by clubs at the biennial Zonta International Convention.

Visit the Zonta International website for more information on Zonta.

 

THE ZONTA SYMBOLS

  "Banded Together for a Purpose"

"Radiance and Beauty"