What Are We About
Locally 
Soroptimist Children Center
In 2000, the club began funding a counselor for children living in the Woman's Shelter with their mom's and thus began the Soroptimist Children Center, which continues to be a signature project of the club today.  Over $130,000 has been raised for the Center.

Annual Women in Distinction Luncheon
This luncheon honors the award recipients of the Women of Distinction. Held in November at Ceder's Floating Restaurant.

Northwestern Region
Improving the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world.  Our region structure includes 108 clubs, over 3,600 members, and services Washington, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Northern Idaho. 
SI Northwestern Region's 93rd Conference, April 29- May 1, 2011

Internationally
STOP Trafficking
Raises awareness about the sexual trafficking of women and girls, and seeks to encourage citizens, law makers and service providers to focus on this global problem.

Live Your Dream Campaign
Aims to inspire women to live their dreams, and encourages them to pass their good fortune on to others.
Core Values
Soroptimist International of the Americas is committed to:
  • The belief that all women deserve to lead full and productive lives
  • Women helping women
  • International diversity and fellowship
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Local
Soroptimist Children's Counseling Center
In 2000, the club began funding a free counselor service for children.  Housed within The North Idaho Violence Prevention Center, this continues to be a signature project of the club today.  Since 2000, over $175,000 has been raised for the Center.

Annual Women in Distinction Luncheon
This luncheon honors the award recipients of the Women of Distinction. Held in November.

Northwestern Region:  www.soroptimistnwr.org
Improving the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world.  Our region structure includes 108 clubs, over 3,600 members, and services Washington, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Northern Idaho. 

Soroptimist International of the Americas:  www.soroptimist.org 

Soroptimist International:  www.soroptimistinternational.org

Dream It Be It! Career Support for Girls
The new Soroptimist global program for girls has launched!  As the Soroptimist team continues its work to create sustainable, measurable change in the lives of girls in our 20 countries and territories, we are optimistic this program will help girls to reach their full potential and live their dream.

STOP Trafficking
Raises awareness about the sexual trafficking of women and girls, and seeks to encourage citizens, law makers and service providers to focus on this global problem.
Core Values
Soroptimist International of the Americas is committed to:
• GENDER EQUALITY: Women and girls live free from discrimination.
• EMPOWERMENT: Women and girls are free to act in their own best interest.
• EDUCATION: Women and girls deserve to lead full and productive lives through access to education.
• DIVERSITY & FELLOWSHIP: Women from varied backgrounds and perspectives work together to                    improve the lives of women and girls.
Join us in congratulating our 2014 Women of Distinction Winners!
Award Category

Arts & Culture:  Jane Feerer

Business & Professional:  Danielle Quade

Community Service:  Cindy Wood

Education:  Amy Clark

Health: Claudia Miewald

Public Service:  Det. Crystal Shaw

Senior:  Gratia Griffith