Welcome to Ipswich and District
Our next meeting is on Wednesday 11th July at 7.30 It will include:
Our speaker, Maureen Reynel, who will be talking about FIND (Families in Need) with emphasis on their Foodbank and provision of sanitary items to women and girls – unbelievable in this day and age that there is period poverty!
FEEL FREE TO COME ALONG AND FIND OUT MORE ABOUT WHY WE ARE SOROPTIMISTS, A GREAT WOMEN’S ORGANISATION. Email us on email@example.com if you are able to attend.
At our June meeting we were given an insight into being a Street Pastor and the many reasons why people in town centres late at night are vulnerable and how they can be helped. Thank you Elizabeth Welbourn for giving us your time.
Women’s Groups from across Ipswich have come together to create a major Festival to celebrate some women being given the vote 100 years ago. In addition to the main Festival date of 6th October 2018, there will be many events, including a significant number of Equaliteas, prior to that date and legacy events to inspire women of all ages to get more involved in civic life and recognise that their vote matters. See Flyer:
IPSWICH AND DISTRICT club was established over 60 years ago and our meetings take place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the historic surroundings of the Ipswich and Suffolk Club in Northgate Street, Ipswich.
Originally the Archdeacon’s House, we are delighted to be able to use this listed building which provides us with safe, ample parking and good facilities for our monthly meetings.
As a forward thinking club, it is our aim to develop a club where members contribute their skills and talents and work together to meet the objects of Soroptimism in an effective and relevant way for women today. At the heart of what we do is a strong commitment towards Programme Action projects, raising our profile within the community and the Region as well as attracting new members to our vibrant club.
Where you will find our club slightly different to some is that we decided as a group, to work closely as a team and share responsibilities and ideas. We are all too aware that commitments on our time as busy women today means that sharing some of the key roles within the club makes things a little bit more manageable and enjoyable.
A strong club with a established history, we know that having fun is an essential element of enjoying our membership, whether through interesting meetings, working together on Programme Action projects or outside activities.
There are many reasons why our members are Soroptimists – If you are interested in finding out more or would like to come along to a meeting to see what it is like, contact us and we will be delighted to welcome you. Email Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jackie at email@example.com.