Soroptimist International of Temecula Valley seeks members

Soroptimist International visitors to Empowerment Village near Temecula were treated to breakfast and a tour of the homes. Operated by the not-for-profit Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services, the new Temecula Valley Chapter of the club has made this their first service project. Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – Soroptimist International of the Americas needs 12 members to formally recharter its Temecula Valley chapter. The nonprofit is dedicated to “improving the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.”The global volunteer organization has 1,300 clubs in 21 countries and territories that empower women and girls through volunteer projects in local communities.“We had a club in the Temecula area years ago, and it disbanded due to lack of new members,” Lori Reed, governor of Soroptimist Golden West Region in Phoenix, said. “Since then, the Temecula area has grown and matured, and we felt we could make an impact on the women and girls in the community.”With several potential members already committed, the cause-related phila
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