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What we do?

Members of Soroptimist International of Falkirk are actively involved in a range of projects – locally, nationally and internationally – supporting women and girls to achieve their full potential.

Every member contributes in their own way.  This includes donating goods, supporting fundraising events and most importantly in the last 18 months supporting each other and staying connected.

Our activities have been seriously affected by Covid-19, but we have endeavoured to continue, in different ways.

Here’s just some of the things we’ve been up to!

Visor Appeal

Larbert High School worked with experts and was involved in the design and manufacture of Protective visors for those working in the front line.

Young Care Leavers

70 young people were given gift sets of toiletries, each with a handwritten message, at Christmas time. One young person wrote of the positive effect it had at a difficult time.

Mary’s Meals

The members had voted to support The Vine Trust as the international charity for the current presidential year. However, with lockdown, fundraising was not possible and members voted to participate in the back pack appeal linked to Mary’s Meals. 65 packs were collected.

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

87 Orange ribbons were attached to the lampposts within Falkirk Town Centre, each bearing messages linked to the campaign and the name of the club. However, they disappeared the next day, were found and re-attached, only to be removed once more! Lack of communication within Falkirk Council proved to be the root cause.

Falkirk Trinity Church was also illuminated in Orange for the ten days of the campaign.


Ann Richards created another interesting quiz on Famous Women, which was sold to members, friends and acquaintances. The winner received a Christmas hamper.


Margaret Bruce put her skill at the sewing machine to use and produced attractive masks which were distributed to friends and acquaintances for a minimum donation.

Jams and Preserves

Members generously supported Fiona Richardson as she sold Jams and Preserves made from home-grown produce.

Alzheimer’s Scotland Memory Walk

Alison Finlay walked in support of Alzheimer’s Scotland and friends donated.


If you want to know more or would be interested in joining us please get in touch