What is Zonta?
Zonta International is a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy. The vision of our organization is to work for a world where women’s rights are recognized as human rights and where every woman is able to achieve her full potential. Established in 1919, Zonta has more than 31,000 members in more than 1,200 clubs in 65 countries around the world!
As a local organization, Zonta of Pascagoula, established in 1977, strives for the goals and mission of our International Organization. We work in our community to better the lives of women on the Coast through advocacy and service. Each year we host our “Day in the Plaza,” an arts and crafts festival in downtown Pascagoula. This festival helps to fund our philanthropic endeavors throughout the year.
Even with our main goals of service and advocacy for women’s rights, our group thrives on fellowship among our members. Members of Zonta of Pascagoula are given the opportunity to connect and grow relationships with other women on the Coast that have the same desires - helping others and furthering the cause of women around the World. We would love to have you join us! If fellowship, connecting with others towards a common goal and working to better the lives of Coast women sounds like a fit for you, please send a message and join us at our next monthly meeting!
Day in the Plaza
Our annual festival brings an average of 12,000 visitors per year!
Save the date for this year’s festivities!
October 5, 2019
To be come a 2019 vendor, you can click here to access our vendor registration form.
Please click here for the 2019 Information and Rules. You are responsible for following the guidelines presented by Zonta of Pascagoula.
You can print and mail this form, with your check, to the address listed on the form.
This is a online fillable form. Download the form, complete it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information or questions, please contact Marie Sweeney 251-753-3443 or Dianne Sullivan 228-335-1524.