Ask me why I’m a Soroptimist

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 Some of our members’ reasons why they are Soroptimists

  • It feels good to be working alongside others to support projects that make a difference.  I feel more connected.

  • To be involved in a women’s organisation whose objectives I strongly agree with.

  • To help in a small way to make a difference to women and girls who are disadvantaged through no fault of their own.

  • To pass on inspiration to women and girls to aspire to their dreams and become leaders in their own lives.

  • Friendship and mutual support.  Helping other women, and girls, to have opportunities that improve their lives.

  • I enjoy meeting new people and working in friendship on projects which make a difference to others.

  • The ability to help less fortunate women whilst enjoying friendship and fun.

  • Individually we do a little and have fun. Collectively we make a difference to the lives of women and girls worldwide.

  • To help others who are less fortunate. Provides friendship and I’m involved in local, national and international projects

SI Wallasey's newest member

If you too would like to make a difference to the lives of women and girls come along to a meeting – you are sure of a warm welcome.

See our other pages for further details or use the ‘Contact Us’ page for more information.

 

May 2016 Membership Month events

SI Wallasey stand for membership month 2016 (1)

An event to highlight that volunteering is a way of improving health held in the Education Department at Wirral University Hospital, Arrowe Park.  We showed what we do as Soroptimists. A steady trickle of staff members attended the event showing interest in Soroptimism, and some even purchased our craft items.

 

Membership month Chester 2016

Two members, on the right, attended a Region event in the Grosvenor shopping precinct in Chester during May Membership month