Soroptimist International of Eureka
Service Projects
Donation of coats for the Betty Chin Homeless Shelter. 
Birthday Bags for the Food Bank so parents can provide  
      a cake and party for their children's birthdays. 
Donations of books abut women to local elementary schools.
Members assembling Pamper/Personal Hygiene bags for women. 
Members bonding at a painting party. 
​Our club members played Easter Bunny and delivered Easter baskets to the Eureka Rescue Mission's Women's Shelter and Youth Services Bureau. 
Kris Chorbi and Donna Ayres assembling Birthday Bags. 
Member Elaine Reed was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award
for her work with children at the Champions for Children Awards
​Event held by North Coast Kiwanis.
Danelle Tegarden helping to freshen up the Youth Service Bureau Shelter for homeless teens. 
Elaine Reed and Dyann O'Brien cozying up to Smokey the Bear at a Girls Scout event at the Trees of Mystery. 
President Crystal Hull and Vice-President Amy Whitlatch presenting a donation to the speakers from Wild Souls Ranch, which does equine therapy for children.​
Over 230 Girl Scouts celebrated Earth Day at  Trees of Mystery and club
  members assisted girls with planting flowers.
Club members supporting a local non-profit at their Quarter Craze. 
Dyann O'Brien buying diapers and formula  for donation to the Food Bank. 
Christmas gifts collected for Redwood Coast Regional Center families. 
Hand-tied baby blankets to donate to the Humboldt County Nurse/Family Partnership program. This program helps to support first time parents in our community. 
​Service Chair Brook Clark  presents Cheire Kane from Healthy Moms  with        our donation of diapers and formula. Their program provides Alcohol                 and Other Drug Recovery Services for women and their children.
Member show support for ​Red Nose Day! 
​Soroptimist International of Eureka, in honor of Women in History Month, donated sets of books by or about strong, contemporary women making history to local schools. The schools receiving the books are Eureka High, St. Bernard’s High, Pacific View Charter, Winship and Zane Middle Schools.

Members honoring Women Veterans with a donation of  commemorative                    coins to Deborah Reeves, director of the Veterans Center. 
​Books donated to local scools: ’I Am Malala', 'Hidden Figures’, ‘My Beloved World' Sonya Sotomayor, 'Sally Ride', ‘Soul Surfer' Bethany Hamilton, ’50 Life and Business Lessons’ Opra Winfrey, ‘A Champion on And Off the Court’ Serena Williams, ‘I Got This’ Laurie Hernandez. 
Today at "club" we assembled personal care bags for women at the Eureka Rescue Mission Women's Shelter. 
​Another creative project our members worked on. Valentine Cards for folks receiving Meals on Wheels. Sometimes it's the littlest things that make a difference.