Today, more than 100 years later, Zonta International continues the fight for equal rights for women. Both we, our districts, and clubs are non-sectarian and non-partisan. Together with our districts and clubs, we are determined to improve women’s legal, political, economic, educational, health, and professional status worldwide and locally. Our work begins with promoting understanding, goodwill, and peace through our global community of members. Together we promote justice, universal respect for human rights, and fundamental freedoms.
The strength of our international association is in promoting high ethical standards and implementing service programs. We offer mutual support and fellowship to members who serve their community, country, and the world.
Zonta Districts – District 27
Zonta International is divided into 31 districts and one region worldwide for administrative purposes. Within each district, areas are established to carry out administrative tasks. Each area consists of clubs that pursue Zonta’s mission and vision through service and advocacy. Our district runs from North-East France, Belgium, Luxembourg, North-East Germany, and Ukraine.
District 27 areas and clubs
District 27 has 7 areas with a combined total of more than 70 clubs and over 1800 members. Our areas are spread over North-East France, Belgium, Luxembourg, North-East Germany, and Ukraine. Together, our members join forces to tackle women’s inequality locally.
Belgium (Central and South) and Luxembourg
France (Northeast and Central)
Germany (North and West)
Belgium (North and West)
Belgium (North and Central)
Germany (North and East)
District 27 Board
The Board of District 27 consists of a Governor, Lt. Governor, Treasurer, and Secretary. This Board is elected biennially at the District Conference. Together they manage all activities and ensure that their initiatives get the attention they deserve.
Are you curious about the faces behind the District 27 Board?