Club news


WVWV100 was an amazing Festival

We’re so proud to be part of the group of women that came together, decided on mounting a Festival, planned it and made Women’s Voices, Women’s Votes a great success.  Described as awesome by some of those who came and … Continued


Our September meeting

Tomorrow evening we have our Autumn supper at the Ipswich and Suffolk Club. Members have recently read the book ‘A Song of Their Own’ by Joy Bounds, a record of what women in and around Ipswich did to increase the … Continued


Ipswich Soroptimists in June 2018

On 13th June, the date of our next meeting at the Ipswich and Suffolk Club, our speaker will be Elizabeth Welbourn who will be talking about the work of the Ipswich Town Pastors, giving us an insight into the women and … Continued


Our AGM and Anniversary Dinner

Our 65th anniversary dinner following our latest AGM.  We had a good year – the bra collection to assist women who have survived modern day slavery in a number of overseas countries was especially successful, the generous women of Ipswich … Continued


Celebrating International Women’s Day with Suffolk Refugee Support

Today we had the privilege of celebrating International Women’s Day with Suffolk Refugee Support.  Their International Women’s Group were stunning in their amazing dress and they represented 40 different countries.  A lot of fun, entertainment from Samia Malik and a … Continued


White Ribbon – REAL MEN RESPECT WOMEN

See our Ipswich Soroptimists campaign for White Ribbon, originally posted last year, but just as relevant to 2017 (excuse the date on the opening slide!). White Ribbon is an organisation set up by men to stop domestic violence against women, … Continued


WE REACHED OUT TARGET OF 1500+ BRAS

With the help of so many people we have reached our target of collecting more than 1500 bras (actually it is in the region of 1600). So a very big thank you to all of you who have donated bras … Continued


Regional Meetings

We regularly get together with our sister Clubs in East London, Essex, Cambridge and Norfolk.  The aim is to share ideas/learn from each other, build something better than we would alone.  Some of these meetings celebrate particular UN Days such … Continued


The Meru Garden Project

In November 2015, Child.org were elected as our Federation Project partner 2016-19 with our new partner CIFORD in Meru, Kenya. The project is an agricultural training programme for women called Meru Women’s Garden Project. Our Regional Ambassador for this project gave us an … Continued