Who we are


The Zonta Club of Columbus is committed to service and advocacy.  As a part of an International organization,  this same commitment can be found in clubs in 65 countries with a membership totaling over 33,000.  It continues to bring hope to the human soul when one considers the pervasiveness of this common mission.
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What we do


In the Zonta Club of Columbus service projects are tailored to promote the status of women locally.  Currently, Outstanding Young Women in central Ohio's high schools are recognized, financial support is provided to the Joint Organization of Inner-City Needs, and assistance is offered to Amethyst, Inc.
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A Note From Our President

June 2013 - As the first year of the 2012 – 2014 biennium comes to a close, it is timely to review our progress on the goals and objectives we established in our strategic plan. When we conducted our strategic planning meeting in early 2012, we decided to put more of a focus on hands-on service opportunities, to continue to grow our advocacy initiatives and to grow and develop our fundraising events. Following is the overall goal and progress this past year for each of the committees, which support our strategies.
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Congratulations to Kayla Byrd of Columbus Alternative High School on becoming our nominee to the District's Young Women in Public Affairs award.  Congratulations to the other 11 Outstanding Young Women:  Alexis Mahan (Pickerington Central), Allison Priest (Olentangy Orange), Andrea Mampieri (The Columbus Academy), Ashley Artrip (Grove City), Catalina Odio (St. Frances DeSales), Emily Lisa (Pickerington North), Grace Bolander (Columbus School for Girls), Grace Dannemiller (Liberty Union), Irina Salamakha (Westland), Layla Barnes (Westerville North), and Rachel Teater (Hilliard Davidson).


Zonta International

Zonta International envisions a world in which women's rights are recognized as human rights and every woman is able to achieve her full potential.

In such a world, women have access to all resources and are represented in decision making position s on an equal basis with men.

In such a world, no woman lives in fear of violence.








 Community Friends

Did you know that Choices is the ONLY domestic violence shelter in Columbus?  Or that they serve over 500 women and children in their shelter every year?

Choices provides a 24 hour a day hotline at 614-224-4663 for anyone who needs their services.  You need not provide any personal information, but you can feel free to discuss your situation confidentially and get a referral to counseling, a support group, or other information.  Choices also provides speakers to talk about domestic abuse, domestic violence, and dating violence to groups of a variety of ages.  Please contact Choices if you are in danger, want more information, or would like to schedule a presentation for your company in order to be able to spot domestic violence situations and minimize related productivity losses.

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