Events & Fundraising

Postponed: ZedX: Interior Design Masterclass

To be rescheduled when current restrictions allow. All tickets purchased have been refunded.

The highly acclaimed Queensland interior designer James Robertson will be in Melbourne in July on business and has generously offered to hold this masterclass as a fundraiser for our Zonta Club. Please join us for a great afternoon!

Bookings: Humanitix

Cost $55

Q&As here

Prospect Wines Fundraiser

A fundraiser to help kick 2020 into touch, say “hello to 2021” and celebrate what we can be grateful for.

All details here to place your order (minimum order of 6) from a mix of 8 premium wines.

Thank you for supporting our club projects to empower women and girls.

Pre-Loved Bag Sale 2020 – will be rescheduled to a later date (but we’re still collecting bag donations!)

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 $36. Our Award nights in March and August will be at a higher cost – to be advised. However, in June, July, September and October we vary our venue. Please contact for more information regarding venues.

Entertainment Books

Check out this article from Money Magazine Australia on how good these Entertainment Memberships are! And as if this isn’t reason enough, 20% from every membership we sell, directly supports our fundraising.

View the article here:

You can order your membership from us at

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November – 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.