District 12 * Area
4 * Club Number 222
the status of women and serve our community through local and international
contributions, and to achieve personal and professional growth in a
nurturing and supportive environment.
The Zonta Club of Pikes Peak Area is committed to the equality of all.
The Zonta Club of Pikes Peak Area does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion,
creed, disability, veteran's status, or sexual orientation.
As one of the first service organizations
to understand women's unique role in
shaping women's lives in the 20th
century, Zonta International began
working for economic, social,
educational, legal, health and political
equality for women in
Buffalo, NY in 1919.
In 1949, The Zonta Club of the Pikes
Peak Area was established to mirror the
goals of Zonta International locally.
Since that time, The Zonta Club of the
Pikes Peak Area has devoted funds to
scholarships for women returning to the
workforce as well as to high school
seniors seeking to further their education
in Public Affairs or Aeronautics and
other highly technical fields. Many funds
as well as hands-on service hours and
mentorships have been dedicated to
TESSA, Intercept, Full-Circle, and
support of the locally-placed
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