Soroptimist International of Central Solano County supports our programs for women and girls with their fund raising events.
Below are fund raising events welcome the public to attend in support of our causes.
Also below are listed our programs we support in our community.
Solano County Soroptimist hosts a Mardi Gras Madness fundraiser each year. This year will differ as we respect one another's health and safety but the goal to raise funds to help women and girls in our community is the same and even more critical!
This year's event will be held on February 20, 2021. We hope you will join us!
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Solano County Soroptimist hosts a movie night fundraiser each year. Our September 5, 2019 LunaFest was a wonderful event!! The films this year were outstanding and we had an amazing group of women AND men in attendance.
Thanks to all who sponsored, attended and supported us this year!
Each year Solano County Soroptimist funds and distributes backpacks stuffed with necessities, toiletries and stuffed animals and are provided to Child Protective Services for distribution to displaced children.
Each year Solano County Soroptimist funds and provides coats in conjunction with the "Fun on the Run" program in Fairfield. These coats are distributed to local youth from four to fifteen years of age.
Every year the club makes blankets to give to the foster children of Solano County.
SI Solano County helped purchase ipads for the Women Helping Women Literacy group.
This Solano County Library Literacy Program is the year round recipient of children's books from our Club. Each book is given in the name of a guest speaker, new member, or a recognized Soroptimist member.
Each year the club presents deserving young women in college with a grant for schooling costs.
Fellowship is the identifying project of Founder Region. Founder Region Fellowship's mission is to advance the status of women through financial support to women in the final phase of their doctoral degree. This project gives grants to selected women attending universities within the bounds of Founder Region. A byproduct of this support is affirmation of the importance of the recipients’ work and value as an individual.
Leanne Outlaw Rahn