Zonta, a worldwide fellowship of members from all cultures and backgrounds, working together to improve the lives of women and girls in their local community, district and globally, through acts of service and advocacy.

About Our Club

Zonta Club Melbourne South East meet at the Frankston International Motel, 389 Nepean Highway, Frankston, at 7pm on the last Tuesday of each month, except December.

All welcome! Bookings essential to ensure all catering needs are met. Please call (03) 9789 2532.

For other enquiries, please email us. You can also find us on Facebook.

Ongoing Projects

Creation of breast cushions for donation to local hospitals to assist men and women post surgery

Toiletries and school starter kits for WAYSS in support of women and children experiencing sudden housing vulnerability

English language teaching aids for Wellsprings to assist newly arrived migrant families

Monterey Secondary College education grant for young women entering year 11 studies

Birthing Kit Foundation support to help ensure women around the world experience safe and clean childbirth

Upcoming Dates

Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign

25 November – 10 December 2018

16 days of Activism: From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world.

International Women’s Day

8th March 2019

International Women’s Day (IWD) is March 8. The 2017 campaign theme was Be Bold For Change. Celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.

Centennial Anniversary Inter-District Conference 2019

6th – 8th September 2019

Join with like-minded women from four districts across Australia and New Zealand for the once in a lifetime 2019 Zonta Inter-District Conference. Contribute to debate and take action on the challenges of gender equality, educating women and girls and addressing gendered violence, 100 years after the founding of the Zonta movement.