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zonta international foundation

Zonta International Foundation

The world of Zontian giving

z onta i nternational f oundation
Zonta International Foundation

Mission

The purpose of Zonta International Foundation is to support the approved charitable and educational programs of Zonta International through effective fund raising, investment of funds and the distribution of proceeds.

Through financial support of Zonta International’s programs, the Foundation is the catalyst for greater understanding and service to women throughout the world.

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Zonta International Service Programsfunded by theZonta International Foundation
  • International Service Fund projects
  • ZISVAW Program
  • Amelia Earhart Fellowship Program
  • Jane M. Klausman Women in Business

Scholarship Program

  • Young Women in Public Affairs Program
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International Service Fund

Afghanistan

HEALTH

EDUCATION

NigerPOVERTYHIV/AIDS

Sri Lanka

ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY

Bolivia

EDUCATION HEALTH

ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY

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Amelia Earhart Fellowship Fund

  • Graduate (PhD) fellowships for women studying aerospace related sciences and engineering
  • US$10,000 (AUD$10,420) each, to 35 recipients each year
  • Recent winners in District 23: Caroline Rickards (RMIT) Sandra Crook (Adelaide University)

Xia Li (Monash University)

Caroline Sandra

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Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship Fund

  • Undergraduate Scholarships for young women preparing for a career in business management
  • Funded by bequest and annual contributions
  • Over US$230,800 (AUD$240,560) provided for 169 scholarships to women from 38 countries
  • Applications for 2008 awards are due in June

Jennifrer Long, Melton

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Young Women in Public Affairs Award

  • Encourages young women to pursue careers in community service and volunteer organizations
  • Funded by donations
  • District 23 and ZI Award 2002: Abigael Ogada Osir
  • District 23 and ZI Award 2007: Amanda Richards
  • 2008 entries are invited now
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2006-2008 Fundraising Goals

Rose Fund, the Foundation Annual Operating and Program Support US$ 800,000

Amelia Earhart Fellowship Fund $ 650,000

Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship Fund $ 125,000

Young Women in Public Affairs Fund $ 150,000

International Service Fund $1,500,000

ZISVAW Fund $ 550,000

WHPPI Fund $ 30,000

US$3,805,000

In Australian Dollars the total figure is $3,965,853

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Why should we give to the Foundation?
  • 70 percent of the world’s 1.3 billion poor are women
  • Two-thirds of the illiterate adults in the world are women and two-thirds of the children not in school today are girls
  • 60 million women who should be alive today are “missing” because of violence associated with gender discrimination
  • Every month of every year, over 40,000 women in developing nations die from pregnancy related causes
  • Women comprise 48% of the work force, yet less than 5% hold senior management positions & only 10% hold seats in the world’s parliaments
  • Every year an estimated 4 million women and girls are bought and sold worldwide
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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead

Thank you

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