Zontians traveled to Homer to build a fence so that DV victims could bring pets to South Peninsula Haven House.


2012 Bags for the Bridges to Success Program at Highland Mountain Correctional Center


Zonta members with the donations shipped to The Emmonak Women's Shelter.


Virginia shows off the message board created for the Zonta Yellow Rose Room at the Booth Memorial Home for girls.


Pam & Bonnie at the AWHOF Induction Ceremony. Zonta was instrumental in organization and founding of the AWHOF.


Working the registration desk at the 2012 Masquerade and Murder Mystery, we raised over $10,000 for local non-profits.


Accidental Gourmet Tasting. Every year we host the Accidental Gourmet, hands on cooking classes with local chefs.


Contents of the bags Zonta donated to the Highland Mountain Bridges to Success Program in 2011.


Our Zonta Men build a handicap ramp to a fourplex for the 2010 United Way Day of Caring.


The Zonta 50 Bikes for 50 kids Team 2010


Rita Metcalfe paints for ARC on the United Way's Day of Caring


Melanie Hancock paints for the ARC on the United Way's Day of Caring.

We are a dedicated changing and saving women's lives locally and around the world.

Each woman has her own story. She may be looking to further her education, she may be trapped in a cycle of abuse, she may need a new start... Whatever her circumstances, for over 50 years, Zonta Club of Anchorage has been helping non-profits in Anchorage and around the world provide needed services to women and girls of all incomes and backgrounds. With each life we touch, multiple lives are improved. Recognizing and encouraging the potential of women is the most important thing we, as a society, can do.

In the past 50 years, we have provided scholarships to women and girls seeking to further their education through the Amelia Earhart Fellowship, Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship, The Young Women in Public Affairs Program and through supporting Pearson College. We have provided support and funding for 2 Z-Clubs since their inception in 1978.

We are also a service club. Since 2006 Zonta members have spent an afternoon each week with the girls residing in Salvation Army’s Booth Home. Time spent there creating, crafting or cooking provides the residents with something fun to look forward to and, more importantly, it shows the girls that someone outside of the system cares for them and wants to spend time with them without it being their “job”. Last year we also had the opportunity to refurbish one of the Booth Home bedrooms - bringing the wiring up to code, painting and installing bedside lamps, dressers, window coverings and bedding. Also, Zonta creates the personal hygiene bags that are given to the inmates of Hiland Mountain Correctional Center participating in Bridges to Success program. Each year Zonta sponsors a bike for Anchorage Parks & Rec‘s 50 Bikes for 50 Kids event and sends a team of Zontians to help the recipient assemble their new bike. Recipients are nominated by community members based on good citizenship. Along with individual, one time only projects, other annual or ongoing service projects include wrapping holiday presents for First Book’s fundraiser, painting for United Way, building a wreath for STAR and coordinating food & clothing donations for women's shelters.

As times and needs have evolved in the past 50 years, Zonta Club of Anchorage’s support and service commitments have adapted to meet these changes.

<b>Alaskans! We are an offical PICK.CLICK.GIVE organization.</B> Look for the Zonta Yellow Rose Foundation and use your PFD to make a positive impact on our community.

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We are a dedicated changing and saving women's lives locally and around the world.

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