Zonta Trenton

Improving  the Status of Women

The Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer is part of a worldwide service organization of  professionals working together to improve the status of women and children.  The organization is focused on service and was chartered in 1931. It is part of Zonta International, District 3, Area 2.

Our membership includes distinguished and dynamic professionals in our community from diverse occupations in the public and private sectors who work in business, finance, education, government, science and manufacturing.

International Day of the Familly 2014

Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer recently celebrated the United Nations International Day of the Family by  hosting an art and essay contest.Thirteen children were presented with  certificates and gift cards to Barnes and Noble. For more information  see International Day of the Family.

Membership in Zonta provides an opportunity to make a difference in the world by opening doors to friendships and associations with other professionals. As an international organization, global networGourmet Garden 2013king is a reality and available to each member to enhance the status of women.

We provide service to individuals and their families, fundraising to support important service projects as well as enriching our members’ personal lives. Zonta International selects service projects in various countries to benefit the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women worldwide. We support women’s education through our Amelia Earhart Fellowship Awards for graduate study in aerospace-related sciences and engineering. We offer the Young Women in Public Affairs Award to encourage young women to seek leadership positions in public policy, government and volunteer organizations.

For more than 50 years, Zonta International, in cooperation with various United Nations agencies, has provided financial and technical support to women and children in developing countries.

The Zonta International Strategies to Eradicate Violence Against Women and Children (ZISVAW) focuses on prevention, awareness and education as well as developing solutions to eliminate abuse against women and children.


Suzanne Methot, left, and Mary Brandt, far right, Co-Presidents of Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer present the Grace Brauninger Scholarship to Kristy Sutterly of Ewing, second from left ($2,500.00 grant) and Tonya Coy of Trenton, second from right ($1,000 grant) during the monthly meeting of Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer on Thursday, August 8th at Villa Maria Restaurant, Trenton, NJ.

Zonta Trenton/Mercer HOME

www.taichilee.com - Tai Chi Lee

copyright © Zonta Club of Trenton/Mercer - All Rights Reserved

Last modified: March 23, 2015

Web Design by Tai Chi Lee

Like us on Facebook