Welcome to the Zonta Club of Cincinnati! - the most unique women’s service organizations in the world! We are a group of professionals making a difference in the lives of women in Cincinnati and worldwide.
The Zonta Club of Cincinnati was founded in 1935 and as a member of Zonta International (founded
in 1919), we are dedicated to improving the lives of women locally and globally through service,
advocacy, education, and fundraising efforts.
Zonta International envisions a world in which women's rights are recognized as human rights and every woman is able to achieve her full potential. International projects focus on women's health, education, gender based violence, child marriage and human trafficking among others. Locally, The Zonta Club of Cincinnati’s fundraising and service efforts support organizations which share our mission. To find out more check out our Programs.
The Zonta Club of Cincinnati also supports women seeking to further their education through our locally created Ann Rasche Scholarship Fund at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. We also support the array of scholarships offered by Zonta International.
The Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati, the 501(c)3 arm of the Zonta Club of Cincinnati makes charitable donations through an established Grant Award Program supporting local not-for-profit organizations that share our mission, vision and values. Qualified groups may apply for the grants by completing the required application.
If you are interested in joining the Zonta Club of Cincinnati and making a difference in the lives of women, their families and our community, visit our membership page or e-mail our membership committee for more information. We would love to hear from you!
Zonta Club of Cincinnati President
Donate to the Scholarship Fund!!
Proceeds benefit the Zonta Service Fund of Cincinnati to provide Ann Rasche Scholarships for women over age 25 with limited resources attending Cincinnati State Technical and Community College seeking their first degree, other Zonta scholarships, and club-approved service projects. To learn more, click here.