JOIN the campaign to END violence against women

Wednesday, November 25
12:15 to 12:45pm
3rd Street Bridge

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Wear Orange . Socially Distanced Event . Wear a Mask

Through the Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women campaign, Zonta clubs around the world are uniting to raise their voices to bring awareness to this issue and advocate on behalf of gender-based violence survivors.

Do you ever wonder how you can make a difference during a lunch break?

Are you home with the kids and wondering how to spark the conversation around gender equality, human rights, and issues of violence against women and children?

Have you wondered where you can go for a walk with a friend AND collectively stand up for a worthy cause?

Join us as we Rally on the Bridge to end violence against women! Everyone is welcome to march with the Zonta Club of Chatham Kent on the 3rd Street Bridge from 12:15-12:45pm to SAY NO to violence against women. Wear orange, carry a sign, support women and girls everywhere.

*All mandatory COVID restrictions will be in affect. This is a socially distanced event.
*Participation awards will be given to all children who take part in the rally.


Bottle Drive in support of CKHA Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre

Zonta uses the money raised from our bottle drive to provide new clothing to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance for women who have been sexually assaulted and need to surrender their clothes as evidence. We want your empties so we can continue this important project. Please contact us for bottle pickup.

Welcome to the Zonta Club of Chatham-Kent, a non profit organization in Chatham, Ontario. Our mission is to advocate for women and children locally as well as globally. We pride ourselves in helping as many local women and children as we can through our many service projects and fundraising events.

Zonta dreams of a world where all women are seen as equals. A world where every woman no longer lives in fear of of violence. A place where every woman is able to live to her fullest potential, have access to education, all human rights and are equal to men in wages as well as decision making positions.

We are proud to award the Ursuline Sisters with the Zonta International Centennial Community Award for all of the incredible commitment to empowering women in our community for 159 years.
Read the full article in the Chatham Voice.
700Zonta CK celebrates Zonta International’s 100th Birthday!
Read the full article in Chatham-Kent this week.