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Staying the Course. Soroptimist Program Report. Women and Girls in the Media. Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program. Standing out from the crowd. Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program. Focused vision, mission and goal.

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staying the course
Staying the Course

Soroptimist Program Report

women and girls in the media
Women and Girls in the Media

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

standing out from the crowd
Standing out from the crowd

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

focused vision mission and goal
Focused vision, mission and goal

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

we will discuss
We will discuss…

The Women’s Opportunity Awards

The Violet Richardson Award

Your support team

Support for local-level projects

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

staying the course1
“Staying the Course”

To continue to do something even if it is difficut.

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

2013 2014 program focus
2013-2014 Program Focus
  • Increase the impact of the Women’s Opportunity Awards
  • Prepare for changes to the Violet Richardson Award and launch of new girl program
  • Support club-level projects
  • Teamwork

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

the women s opportunity awards
The Women’s Opportunity Awards

GOAL: Through increased education, women will secure employment that provides an improved standard of living for themselves and their dependents.

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

fels institute case statement
FELS Institute Case Statement

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program growth
Program Growth
  • 76% of clubs participated - +2%
  • 1,222 women honored - +2%
  • $1.6 million distributed - +2%
  •  Additional resources to recipients totaled $55,083 +211%
  • Provided one club with the $1,000 for their first club-level recipient

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

new tools to support the program
New Tools to Support the Program

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

future plans for the program
Future Plans for the Program
  • Create a closed Facebook group and offer on-line mentoring
  • Develop ways to continue financial support
  • Create an e-card for clubs to share with recipients
  • Double the at-large awards AGAIN to $20,000
  • Continue the support for new clubs by funding their first Women’s Opportunity Award recipient cash award

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

we need you
We need you!

To focus on the Women’s Opportunity Awards program and club participation!

This is critical if we are to meet our big goal of increased collective impact.

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

the violet richardson award
The Violet Richardson Award
  • Goal: Through recognition of their volunteer efforts, girls will continue to be active volunteers
    • Is it supporting the sustainable change in a girls’ life that we wanted to see?
    • Is it helping girls take control of their lives and live their dreams?

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the new girl program
The New Girl Program

A new program that would have the same meaningful, sustainable impact on the lives of girls that the Women’s Opportunity Awards has on women.

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

new girl program research
New Girl Program Research

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

the board has voted
The Board has voted
  • And the new girl program will be…

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

the new girl program timeline
The New Girl Program Timeline
  • Spend the next year developing the program and the materials
  • Launch the program at the convention in July 2014
  • Clubs will begin participating in the 2014-2015 club year.

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what does this mean for violet
What does this mean for Violet?
  • We will continue to provide the information and materials to support the program at the local-level
  • SIA will no longer be funding region or federation level awards

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we envision a future where
We envision a future where…

All clubs participate in the Women’s Opportunity Awards and our new girl program

We can engage Dreamers in delivering the goals and objectives of those programs

Soroptimist is known for what we do for women and girls through these two programs

Clubs continue to implement local-level projects to improve the lives of women and girls in their communities

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other program resoruces
Other Program Resoruces

Programs

Additional Materials

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soroptimist club grants
Soroptimist Club Grants

$150,000 to grant to clubs

96 percent of clubs meet their targets and goals for the project.

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

soroptimist disaster grants
Soroptimist Disaster Grants

8 clubs have received $149,500 in disaster grant funding in 2012-2013

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key messages for local level projects
Key messages for Local-Level Projects

Club do not need to start from the beginning

There are financial resources available to support club work

Local-level work should support the Soroptimist mission to improve the lives of women and girls

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your support team
Your Support Team

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

your support team1
Your support team

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what are we asking of you
What are we asking of you?
  • Continue your on-going support for the Women’s Opportunity Awards
  • Begin to prepare clubs for the Violet Richardson Award changes and the new girl program
  • Promote the resources clubs have for their local-level projects while stressing the importance of the SIA mission and our focus on education
  • Use your team—build the team, delegate to the team, AND ask for help when you need it.

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any questions
Any questions?

Soroptimist Governors Round Table | June 23-24, 2013 | Program

consider your region
Consider your region…
  • Are you as successful as you can be in the program area?
  • Can you do better?
  • Do you have clubs that are not participating in the Women’s Opportunity Awards?  
  • What have you found to be obstacles to success? Are there ways—using your team including SIAHQ—you can overcome those obstacles.

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club recognition
Club Recognition

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