Zonta Says NO!

Empowering Women Through Service and Advocacy

Welcome to the Zonta Club of Guelph

For over three decades, the Zonta Club of Guelph has been working to raise the status of women through advocacy and service. The Guelph club is part of Zonta International, a global organization with more than 30,000 members across 64 countries and geographic areas. We have lots to share! Explore our website to find out more about what we do, membership and events.

SAVE THE DATE May 21, 2015


18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament being held again this year at Victoria East Golf Club.

Hey Golfers - read all about it in our 2015 Golf Brochure and register now:  2015-RegistrationForm

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Want to sponsor the tournament in some way? Click here: 2015 Golf Background


Benefits of Membership

Enjoy the opportunity to work with a diverse group of talented and committed professionals who seek to make a difference in the lives of women locally and around the world.

Experience the rewards of personal growth in a supportive atmosphere and the enjoyment of years of friendship.

Take advantage of the warmth of international fellowship.

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Join the Campaign

Join the Campaign

This biennium, Zonta International calls on parents, educators, administrators, law and policy makers to address PREVENTION OF ROOT CAUSES THROUGH EDUCATION and to facilitate effective mechanisms that will ensure ERADICATION of VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN once and for all.

16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women

November 25 to December 16

Zonta's advocacy campaign "Zonta says NO to Violence Against Women" unites the
Zonta world in the global appeal to all Governments to end violence against
women and girls once and for all.

Violence against women is not a women's issue, but a societal issue. It is often rooted in misinterpretations of history, inadequate laws, culture and religion, but can also be based on social structures and traditional ideas of feminine and masculine identities. Violence against women is most frequently about power and control, and we know its consequences to women's physical, mental and reproductive health.

Sustainable prevention requires an understanding of the root causes and the use of multiple complementary strategies operating on individual, relationship, and the community and society levels, starting early in life during childhood, continuing in the schools and continuing during adulthood.