Events & Fundraising


International Convention Brisbane, 2024 – Sock Fundraiser
Looking for a unique, affordable, lightweight gift from Convention?
Visit us at the Marketplace and grab a pair of cute, Aussie-themed SOCKS to help you spread the word about Zonta and bring a smile to your feet and everyone around you.
Sizes: S, M, L
Price: AUD $16
Payment: Card (no AMEX) or cash.
Every pair sold contributes to our First Nations Young Woman’s Leadership Award. Let’s walk together towards empowering future leaders! 
Download poster to share with other Zontians and Clubs.

Lions Club Opportunity Shop Mt Waverley
Our members volunteer for a week at a time serving behind the counter and assisting customers find treasures. Funds raised go towards supporting our various scholarships and rewards.

Sausage Sizzle – Bunnings Hawthorn
Several times a year, members, together with family and friends of Zonta run the sausage sizzle at Bunnings in Hawthorn. Funds raised go towards supporting our projects, scholarships and rewards.


First Nations Forum
This event will be held on Thursday 5th September at Ivanhoe Girls Grammar in the Lecture Theatre.

The forum is to help people understand the strengths of First Nations Women and their important contributions to their communities and society in general. 

The event will fundraise for a First Nations Women’s Girls’ Scholarship, which will be developed.

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November to 10 December)
The 16 Days of Activism aim to raise public awareness and mobilise people to bring about change. It is used as an organising strategy by individuals and organisations around the world to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls. It was originated by the first Women’s Global Leadership Institute in 1991.

In support of this civil society initiative, each year, the UN Secretary-General’s campaign ‘UNiTE to End Violence against Women’ calls for global action to increase worldwide awareness and create opportunities for discussion about challenges and solutions. In 2014, the UNiTE campaign called on governments, UN entities, civil society organizations and individuals across the world to ‘orange their neighbourhoods’ to raise public awareness about the issue of violence against women and girls. Orange is one of the official colours of the UNiTE campaign, symbolizing a brighter future and a world free from violence against women and girls, orange has become synonymous with events during the 16 Days of Activism.

Club Meetings
The club meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 pm. Our main venue is Amora Riverwalk Hotel in Bridge Road, Richmond where we have a one course meal, tea and coffee for $44. Our Award nights in March and August will be at a higher cost of $54. However, in June, July and September we vary our venue and/or have virtual meetings. Please contact for more information regarding venues.