The Zonta Rose



Zonta Rose
 

The beauty of a single yellow rose has been a favourite Zonta symbol for nearly 20 years.

A special yellow rose was created for Zonta International by Harkness Roses. It is featured in many civic and memorial gardens in Australia, including Pevensey Gardens and the McKellar Centre in Geelong

Zonta Rose Day, which coincides with International Women's Day on 8 March, is a day to reflect on the voluntary work done by Zontians empowering women worldwide. 

 

 

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This year, we invite you to celebrate Zonta Rose Day by making a donation to the Zonta International Rose Fund in honor of someone who has made an impact in your life. By honoring a family member, friend, colleague or mentor who has positively impacted your life with this donation, you will continue supporting projects and programs that help women achieve a life free of violence and empower them to overcome gender barriers that hinder their access to health, education and professional advancement. 

When you donate to the Rose Fund between 5 February and 6 March 2015, we will email your honoree a virtual yellow rose bouquet and your special message to let them know that they have made a difference in your life.  

To make a donation to the Rose Fund, follow these easy steps:

Go to www.zonta.org/donate.

Designate a gift amount and choose the Rose Day Fund in the dropdown menu. Then click, "add donation."

Enter additional information, billing information, payment information, your tribute recipient's first and last name, and add your personal message in the description box.

Check the box, "mail a letter on my behalf to" and enter your tribute recipient's address.

Click "Donate Now" at the bottom of the page.

 





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