Become a Member!
As a Soroptimist, we know you are a leader in your community who believes in making the world a better place for women and girls. Thank you for making a difference!
In addition to your volunteer work, club projects and the intangible rewards such as friendship and personal fulfillment, Soroptimist also provides a number of beneficial membership resources. These include:
In addition to intangible rewards such as friendship and personal fulfillment, here’s a brief overview of the individual benefits members receive when they join Soroptimist:
To learn more about Soroptimist or to become a member, please contact:
KODI MACKEY at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307) 250-4333
What is the Soroptimist mission?
To improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world.
How do members/clubs support the Soroptimist mission?
Soroptimist members belong to local clubs, which determine the focus of volunteer work in their communities. Club projects can range from renovating domestic violence shelters and providing mammograms to low-income women, to sponsoring self-esteem workshops for teenage girls. In addition, Soroptimists participate in organization-wide programs offered from the federation.
What benefits do members receive?
In addition to intangible rewards such as friendship and personal fulfillment, members also receive the following benefits:
• Opportunity to participate in Soroptimist’s life-changing programs
• Subscription to our award-winning Best for Women magazine
• Subscription to our email newsletter, the “Soroptimist Summary”
• Access to numerous documents and tools available on the SIA website
• Leadership development and networking opportunities at club meetings, region conferences, the biennial convention and other meetings
• Opportunity to provide feedback, offer suggestions and voice opinions through the Soroptimist Snapshot online surveys and other market research activities
• Invitations to take advantage of special offers and discounts through our partnering organizations.
Who is eligible for membership?
According to the SI Constitution, to qualify for membership, a candidate should be:
• working in a profession or business or in an occupation of comparable status or responsibilities to those of a person working in a profession or business; or
• recently retired from or temporarily or permanently out of work from a profession or business or an occupation of comparable status or responsibilities to those of a person working in a profession or
• embarking on a career in a profession or business or occupation of comparable status or responsibilities to those of a person working in a profession or business.