Zonta Says NO! Violence against women and girls occurs at an alarming rate in communities across the globe. One out of three women will experience physical and/or sexual violence by a partner or sexual violence by a non-partner. How do you say NO to violence against women and girls? http://zonta-district11.org/zontasaysno.html #ZontaSaysNo #16Days Zonta Says NO!
Centennial Anniversary -
Club Histories Due
Zonta International’s 100 years will be celebrated at the Convention in 2020 with publication of a book based on the history of the clubs and the districts. In the Biennium 2012-2014, all clubs were asked to write their history in brief and. The deadline for these to be submitted to the district historian has been extended to 31 December 2014. Centennial Anniversary Tools
Human Trafficking Hotline

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1 (888) 373-7888

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")
Website: traffickingresourcecenter.org

Anti-Trafficking Resources
Congratulations Dothan! Our 2013-2014 Governor's Cup winner is the Zonta Club of Dothan. In a VERY close 2nd place, and winner of the newly-named Lt. Governor's Cup, is the Zonta Club of Melbourne.

The Governor's Cup Trophy is given in recognition to the most outstanding Club which best exemplifies the ideals, mission, and objectives of Zonta International during the past year. Here is the link to the Annual Reports for the 2013 and 2014 Governor's Cup nominees.
Annual Reports
District 11 at Convention District 11 was well represented at the 62nd Annual Zonta International Convention in Orlando, FL!

Click below for Convention Materials, Highlights and Photos!
Convention 2014
Welcome Zonta Club of Orlando! Congratulations on the newly chartered club of Greater Orlando. We're so excited that this club has joined the Zonta District 11 family and look forward to the many lives that will be changed in their community and the world because of them.

Watch for news of their Charter Celebration!
Charter Documents
District 11 Social Networking Zonta Clubs are all being encouraged to start Facebook fan Pages, join Linked In and to visit ZI on-line through a variety of Social Networks. So it's time to break through the misconceptions about social sites. You can use a Fan Page on Facebook to promote your club; Connect to Zontians around the world with LinkedIn and update your friends, family, and coworkers with a short note on Twitter. Click the icons to see how District 11 and Zonta International are using these sites: Social Sites