Arletta Cortright (center) pins our newest "Fellow", Jennifer Barton (right).  Soroptimist District III Fellowship chair Teri Malkin (left)  joined us for the presentation.  Congratulations Jennifer!!

Founder Region Fellowship provides grants to women who are completing their final Doctoral year.   

Members gather clothing items for victims of domestic violence. Stephanie, Joan, Jackie and Karen are super excited about the new collection!

We serve

We serve the Fairfield/Suisun Community in many ways. Here are just a few of the ways that members of Soroptimist share their time and energy to serve women and girls in our community.

Congratulations to our Assist-A-Grad recipient Ofelia Ortiz (Armijo High School), her mother Yolanda (left) and Soroptimist Leslie Batson. Ofelia plans to pursue studies in Veterinary Science.


  Through the Solano County Library, our club sponsors a literacy program for women.  They learn and support each other as they also learn.  

Shown:  Tutor Carole O'Hara, staff administrator Anika, learner Blanca, Stephanie Beardsley, learner Diane, Program Manager Joanne Wright, and learner Grace. 

Each spring, Soroptimists gather personal items, school supplies and other necessities for the Kases for Kids program.  Backpacks are provided to Child Protective Services for children who are removed from their homes for health and safety reasons.


Acknowledging the remarkable women in our community is one of the highlights of the year for our club! 

  Soroptimist International of  

  Central Solano County

A great time was had by all packaging food at th Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano!


Our greatest joy is in giving! Here are a few of the ways our club is able to support women and girls in our community.

Center, Betsy Sullivan presents a check to Nancy Hopkins, Fairfield Community Services Foundation board member, to support girls' programs in the city's Fun on the Run program.  Left to right:  Tom Work, Community Resources Manager; Vernalisa Gutierrez, Staff member; Todd Grames, Program Manager; Betsy Sullivan; Nancy Hopkins; Debbie Strickland, Recreation Instructor; and Melanie Pelz, Site Director.


This Solano County Library Literacy Program is the year-round recipient of children's books from our Club, each in the name of a guest speaker, new member, or a recognized Soroptimist member. ​

Congratulations to the 2018 award recipients who were honored at this year's Women Making a Difference luncheon.
Left to right:  Ruby Award winner Heather Sanderson;
Live Your Dream Award winner Andrea Johnson;
Violet Richardson Award winner, Olivia Frenkel

Women Helping Women literacy group with their new ipads that SI Central Solano County helped purchase.

Members volunteered to help with

Habitat for Humanity home.

Saturday of Service:  Soroptimists painted chairs at the Police Activities League Center for the

Soroptimist Girls' Circle Meeting Room.  Our creative and talented members painted designs and added 

inspirational expressions such as "Live Your Dream,"  "Love Yourself, " & "Dream Big!"

Valentines Cookies and Cupcakes, hand made and decorated by club members, were delivered to

a local homeless shelter, Girls' Circle at the PAL Center, and the Leaven After School Program. 

Recipients of monies given out at the 2017 Holiday Luncheon. Fifteen organizations shared in the $30,000 given out at the luncheon.

Caroling for the Seniors at Brookdale in Fairfield