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Zonta Club of Bonita Springs – Estero
We meet the third Wednesday of every month at the SWFL, Inc. (formerly Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce), 25071 Chamber of Commerce Dr, Bonita Springs, FL 34135. Networking starts at 5:30 p.m. followed promptly by our general meeting from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
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Who We Are
The Zonta Club of Bonita Springs – Estero is an organization of business and professional women dedicated to improving the circumstances of women at all stages of life, locally and globally.
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Quarter 2 Service Project
The 2nd quarter of our 2021-2022 year we will be providing meals to the houses of Wings of Shelter during the month of November. Wings of Shelter is an organization that helps victims of Sex Trafficking.
We will also be collecting items in December so stay tuned!
Service Chair, Amanda Stith, and her committee were the center piece in organizing this service project.
Learn more about this organization at wingsofshelter.com
October 20, 2021
We will be honored to have Tracey from Wings of Shelter speak to us at our October general meeting. They will be providing us with a training session to identify human trafficking.
PLEASE BRING BRAS FOR OUR FREE THE GIRLS PROJECT (see right)!
We will also present Wings of Shelter with their $500 Grant! You won’t want to miss it!
Free The Girls Project
Start going through your drawers and collecting slightly used or new colorful bras to donate to “Free the Girls.” Free the Girls is our international organization we will be supporting throughout the year. You can drop off your bras at one of our general meetings as well as at David P. Browne, PA, TLC Marketing, New Horizons, and Wellfit Girls.
Learn more about Free the Girls at Freethegirls.org
Message from President
I became a member with the Zonta Club of Bonita Springs – Estero in 2018. I found out about the organization when I was working on my own collection of bras for Free the Girls with my mother-in-law. The club had previously done a bra drive for Free the Girls and I thought to myself, “I could get more done wit this organization then trying to do this all on my own.”
After less than a year of being with the organization I joined the board and served two years as Vice President under past President, Trish Leonard. It was one of the best experiences I have had. Trish taught me so much about Zonta, helping our community and being a leader.
I am honored to be apart of this organization alongside the wonderful women that make up our membership. I am excited to see what our club will be able to accomplish for our community and beyond over these next two years and I hope you will come along with us by joining our sisterhood or by supporting our service and advocacy projects throughout the year.