Donate to a SIGBI fund
Online donations can be made to the following funds:
Soroptimist International Great Britain and Ireland (SIGBI) Appeals
Please click one of the links below to find out more about the SIGBI Appeal:
- Benevolent Fund – funding for Soroptimists who are experiencing financial difficulties
- Diamond Education Grant – funding for female students to help with cost of courses and books/equipment
- Emergency Relief Fund – provides immediate aid to countries which experience nature disasters (eg earthquakes and flooding)
- Empowering Girls in Nepal – a three year SIGBI Project (2019-2022) in partnership with ChoraChori, to provide security, rehabilitation, education and training for vulnerable girls in Nepal
Leave a Legacy
Have you thought about leaving a legacy to SIGBI or one of our three Charities? Please visit our Your Legacy page to find out more:
Gift Aid it
If you make a personal donation via PayPal using the panel at the LH side, why not complete a gift aid form, below, to enhance your donation:
Please note that the Benevolent Fund is a charity set up to help Members, and donations are therefore only invited from Members. More information about the Benevolent Fund can be found on the Members’ area of this website. Non-Members can donate to the Diamond Education Grant or Emergency Relief Fund, but you need to be a UK tax-payer in order for us to be able to reclaim gift-aid on your donation. You also need to be paying the amount in tax that ALL the charities you have gift-aided will be reclaiming.
International President’s Appeal 2019-2021 – The Road to Equality
SI President, Sharon Fisher, invites us all to join her on her 2-year road trip – ‘The Road to Equality’, which aims to advance the human rights and Equality of women and girls through empowerment and education. Gender Equality is a cross cutting issue and women and girls are at the centre.
The Appeal will target some of the worst causes of inequality and learn the root causes, hear stories from those who are in the “fight” for change and develop our voices to become advocates.
For more information about the International President’s Appeal, click here.