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Apr 2, 2014

Soroptimist will be launching a New Program for Girls in July 2014

In July 2014, Soroptimist International of the Americas will launch a new global program to help girls take control of…

Mar 12, 2014

March Guest Speaker: Anita Roberts, SafeTeen – Powerful Alternatives to Violence

Soroptimist International of Vancouver (“SI Vancouver”) was very happy and honoured to invite Ms. Anita Roberts, the founder of SafeTeen…

Feb 16, 2014

February Guest Speaker: ASK Friendship Centre

One of the projects that Soroptimist Vancouver has done for years is to sponsor the ASK Friendship Centre in our…

Feb 3, 2014

Proud to be Soroptimist in Global Impact

Here is how Soroptimist bring a global impact to improve the lives of women and girls: How many members are…

Jan 22, 2014

Birthing in Pacific – reducing maternal mortality and morbidity

Everyday in Papua New Guinea 3 women die due to complications of pregnancy/childbirth. For every woman who dies, about 30…

Jan 7, 2014

See Solar, Cook Solar

Soroptimist International President Ann Garvie is launching her December 10 Appeal, See Solar, Cook Solar, which will support Soroptimist projects…

Dec 10, 2013

Sefeteen is holding 2nd annual Professional Development Training in Vancouver

Safeteen Canada’s acclaimed Violence Prevention and Youth Empowerment Organization is holding their 2nd annual Professional Development Training in Vancouver. Training…

Nov 22, 2013

Together, we make a difference: Soroptimist International Global Impact Report

Soroptimist International launched its Global Impact Report 2012-13, demonstrating the collective impact of SI’s work around the world, educating, empowering…

Nov 7, 2013

Violet Richardson Award 2013 Recipient – Vivien Wong

Congratulations! Soroptimist International of Vancouver recognized Vivien’s efforts to make our community a better place. Recipient: Vivien Wong ($500.00 Award)…

Violet Richardson Award 2013 Recipient – Carole Lee

Congratulations! Soroptimist International of Vancouver recognized Carole’s efforts to make our community a better place. Recipient: Carole Lee ($250.00 Award)…