Become an Advocate

Participate In Advocacy on Issues that Support Women and Girls:

  • Support Fast Action Fridays: Text 50457 to sign up. This will provide you with legislative alerts on issues that support women and children.
  • Check out Zontausa.org on the web. 
  • Sign the Petition for the Equal Rights Amendment to become the 28th Amendment to the Constitution. Go to Zontausa.org to get started or click on our call to action button on our home page

    Don’t forget to check out Zonta.org to find out more about Zonta!

    Support Zonta Club of Pontiac North Oakland

    Follow us on Facebook at Zonta Club Pontiac North Oakland

    Support our fundraisers:

    • Theater Party in the fall
    • Spring Luncheon April 13 at the Iroquois Club in Bloomfield Hills

    More Options: 

    • Make a tax deductible donation to the Zonta Club of Pontiac-North Oakland Foundation.
    • Come to a business meeting on the second Thursday of the month to meet us in person.
    • Consider joining our club! 

      Join Us

      Zonta gives you the chance to be a part of something much larger than yourself…

      Zonta allows you to give of yourself to others, to actively participate in the selection of service projects to help your community, and to improve the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women worldwide.

      Become a Member of the Zonta Club of Pontiac-North Oakland

      We are always looking for members to join us in our Mission of advancing the status of women locally and world-wide.  Please consider attending a meeting as our guest, to learn more about the Pontiac North Oakland club and Zonta International.

      We believe in making the world a better place for women and girls through advocacy and service.

      Make your voice heard while working with dynamic women in your community and connecting with like minded women around the world.

      We would love for you to join us!

      For additional info contact our Membership Chair.

      Get Involved

      President: Barb Swartzel

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