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Soroptimist International is an organization of business and professional women who are workng to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world. Almost 95,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support to community-based and international projects that benefit women and girls.

Authentic Voices: A Must See Event

Join SIMS for this special fundraising performance on January 29, 2015.

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Mayor Congratulates Ethel Phillips Students

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson led the rallying chant, "Be nice! Work hard! Climb the mountain to college!"  It was the end of year celebration for Reading Partners students, volunteers, staff and parents at Ethel Phillips Elementary School. The program completed its first year on campus and has become a central part of our club's Ethel's Village project.

BEADS students

To Educate a Girl Is To Educate a Nation

BEADS for Education is changing the lives of young women in Kenya. We're proud to support this vital work. To be a Soroptimist is to connect with a worldwide network that advocates for women and children. Watch the new BEADS video >>

SIMS members deliver Women's Empowerment check

A Check for Women's Empowerment

A group of SIMS members visited the Women's Empowerment center on April 16 to deliver a $3,000 check from our club's Community Assistance Fund. SIMS raised the money earlier this year at the theatre night fundraiser held at Capital Stage. Roseana Herber voiced the feelings of many members, saying she is "proud to be a member of this fine club and doing good deeds to support women and children who are homeless!"


Dec 18, 2014

Program: Inez Whitlow, Chicks in Crisis

Come learn about how Chicks in Crisis helps moms, dads and families succeed.

Dec 19, 2014

Giftwrapping at Barnes & Noble

Last minute panic shopping? Stop by the Arden Fair Barnes & Noble for those gifts and SIMS will be there to giftwrap them for you. Tip generously because every penny we earn goes into our Community Assistance Fund to help women and children here in Sacramento.