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Local action leads to global change

  • 1 in 3 women experiences violence in her lifetime.
  • Women earn 10-30% less than men in paid work.

Become part of the solution

Join Zonta International, a global organization dedicated to changing women's lives around the world. You will lead in your community, become an advocate for gender equality and make a difference for women and girls globally.

Your commitment, your contributions, your time matters.

There are two ways to join Zonta:

1. Connect with members by joining a club. 

Contact a local Zonta club for more information about membership. 

Find a club near you

2. Participate in activities and campaigns to bring about change as a supporting member.  

Read more about supporting membership here. Click the button below to join as a young professional supporting member today. 

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*Club membership may include a local dues amount. The yearly international dues are as follows (in USD):

Annual Dues for Young Professional (35 years or younger): $44 
New Member or Reinstating Member Fee: $15
US & Canada Liability Fee: $3

The Zonta fiscal year is 1 June - 31 May, therefore annual dues are paid by June each year. 
If joining or reinstating after 1 December, a 50% reduction in dues is offered. 
 
Want to know more about becoming a young professional member?

Connect with the Zonta International Headquarters Membership Department by clicking the button below.

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