Zonta Says NO
During the 16 Days of Activism, 25 November-10 December, all Zonta clubs and districts are encouraged to take part in the Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women campaign and to take local, national and international actions to influence the making and implementation of laws, as well as changing gender-based attitudes and behaviors to end violence against women.
In 2019, the Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women campaign will focus on child marriage, one of the worst obstacles girls are facing globally and a severe human rights violation. Zonta clubs around the world are called upon to create awareness of this harmful practice among their members and the public.
Zonta Says No
Rally in City Park
Saturday Dec 3, 2016
We painted the town Orange!!
for contributing advertising space on the Glens Falls city buses and the Glens Falls Civic Center marquee to support our efforts to end violence against women all over the world.
Zonta Says No posters were displayed in the windows of downtown merchants, including Gourmet Cafe, Spot Coffee, Minky Mink, 190 Grille and Cinema, Fountain Square Outfitters, Laura’s Vintage, Finders Keepers, among others.
Zonta Club of Glen's Falls joined Zonta clubs from around the world in Saying No to Violence Against Women during Zonta International's 16 Days of Activism campaign Nov 25 - Dec 10, 2015 to eliminate violence against women and children. #ZontaSaysNo
Lorraine Abess, Service Steering Committee Chair, leading the charge to get the group organized...a bit like herding cats...at last night's meeting which began with a photo opportunity to show the Zonta Club of Glens Falls' support for the Zonta Says NO campaign. Our thanks to Brayton Photography for capturing this event for us!