Club Projects

Soroptimist International Nantwich & District work Locally and Globally to improve the lives of Women and Children through Education & Leadership Projects.

See some of the Projects we support:

Nantwich and District Soroptimists are now wearing this badge to show our support for projects seeking to eliminate violence against women.

Purple teardropThe Modern Slavery campaign involves lobbying and raising awareness to stop the trafficking of women and girls:


Christmas Shoe boxes – working with Teams4U – Giving Love in a Box

From our hands to theirs, our shoeboxes will be given to vulnerable children or families, and distributed through schools, nurseries, hospitals and orphanages in Eastern Europe

In 2018 thanks to all our members, we were thrilled to send loads of shoe boxes to Teams4U. 




Teams4U – Develop with Dignity Campaign.

We have been collecting knickers and bras for young girls in Uganda, and raising funds for the project – see below

“There are 10,500 schoolgirls aged 12-16 in the Kumi District, Masaka, Uganda. Over 6,300 will drop out of education before they graduate. One of the biggest reasons for this is the estimated 1 in 4 weeks each of them lose because of menstruation. The rural shops don’t sell sanitary towels and even if they did 1 pack costs more than 1 person’s daily wage (employment rates as low as 1 in 7 in Kumi) and are absolutely no use if the child doesn’t own underwear.”


We have supported

Cheshire Without Abuse (CWA), formerly known as Crewe Women’s Aid,

Mary’s Meals

Projects also supported by our members – click here