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Many Clubs are holding webinars with expert guest speakers, to which non-Soroptimists are welcome as well as members from other clubs. These webinars, plus others being run by SIGBI, are listed below, with details of how to access the webinar.
The times of all webinars are shown in GMT. To see what they are in your local time use this easy-to-use time converter:

SI Middlesbrough – 21 October 7pm-8.30pm BST

Modern Slavery: what makes Soroptimists unique?
Thursday 21 October 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Link to event in the flyer below. Join from 6.45 pm on ‘Teams’.

Modern Slavery Event Flyer

SI Thames Valley – meetings with guest speakers – all welcome

If you would like to attend any of the SI Thames Valley meetings below then please contact, specifying which meeting you are interested in.

Sunday 21 November 2021 – 12 noon (12.30 lunch) BST (an actual meeting with sit down meal)

SI Thames Valley invite you to join us to celebrate Thirty [one] years of services to women locally, nationally, and internationally.

Like many celebrations, this event was postponed in 2020 with the date moving a couple of times. Hopefully, we will be able to celebrate this November!

Our Charter lunch will be at the River and Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames, on Sunday 21st November 2021.

Reception time 12 noon, for 12.30pm lunch.

The cost per head is £50.00 to include a welcome drink and a glass of something special for the toast, a prize draw ticket, a small donation to charity

SI Europe, Open Heart – Open Door

Are you looking for Soroptimist contacts worldwide?

Then sign up and participate in the Exchange Program Open Heart – Open Door, an initiative of SI Europe.

This exchange program established in 1995 by Heidrun Konrad , president of SI of Europe 2003-2005 has proved to be successful. Today Soroptimists from all over the world are involved in this program.

Open Heart – Open Door (OHOD) programme offers five options:

  1. Home Hospitality: to one or two Soroptimists or a couple
  2. Contact Person: guide in one’s own town
  3. Exchange Visit: on a professional level
  4. Home-Exchange: You and your exchange partner will stay at each other’s homes for a certain period by mutual agreement
  5. Youth Exchange Programme for Young Relatives, e.g. daughter/son, niece/nephew, grandchild.

OHOD has 500 Soroptimist participants since 1995. For registration or information about Open Heart – Open Door please contact Liaison Officer Henny Knap-Go, SI Club Hilversum-NL

Find out more.

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