Soroptimist International of
A global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.
Soroptimist clubs have helped hundreds of thousands of women and girls to be strong, powerful, and successful. Our members’ energy, passion and commitment drives this important work. As we approach our 100th anniversary, the Soroptimist International of San Francisco Club is discussing and planning how we can have an even greater impact by helping more women and girls in our community. PLEASE JOIN US!
Charitable Donations Welcome!
Do you want to help us empower women and girls but cannot attend a dinner meeting or an event? Consider making a tax deductible donation! Soroptimist International of San Francisco is a 501c3 organization with Federal Tax ID #94-6080050.
Questions about Membership? email our Membership Chair Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MONTHLY DINNER MEETING for Tuesday, Jun 12, 2018 will be held at Bazille Restaurant (formerly “The Bistro” at Nordstrom in Westfield Mall) at the Nordstorm store located at 865 Market St, San Francisco, 4th floor. 6:00-6:30 pm we socialize and enjoy cocktails; 6:30 pm dinner and meeting. There is convenient parking on Mission St, across the street from Nordstroms San Francisco Centre at the “5th and Mission” garage. (just cross Mission and walk through Bloomingdales to get to the Westfield Mall!) Also, parking is available a couple blocks away at the Ellis O’Farrell Garage.
Monthly Dinner Meeting – Please join us!
Please join us for our regular monthly Dinner Meetings. We meet at 6:00 pm to socialize and enjoy cocktails and the dinner starts at 6:30 pm. Every other month we feature a dynamic speaker on issues important to women. The cost of dinner is $35.00 at the door (if you use our PayPal button there is a minimal service fee of $1.35 added.) all beverages are “no-host”. Please join us for a light dinner and bring your friends. There is convenient parking across the street from Nordstroms at the “5th and Mission” garage in San Francisco.