Soroptimist International of  

  Central Solano County

Our 2017 Award Winners - Left to right: 

Ruby Award winner Krishna Abrams;
Live Your Dream Award winner Tasha Rome;
Violet Richardson Award winner Jackie Elder

Thank you to our 2017-2018 Corporate Sponsors!!


Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018

Green Valley Country Club in Fairfield 


Evan Lessler, the son of member Becky Lessler, owns Adapt Clothing and has designated net proceeds to benefit Soroptimist International. A shirt for all the women you know!

Visit the website,, 

to order yours today!  (Note: they run small.) Help get the word out!

Strong women led the way for over 76,000 women who currently carry on the Soroptimist mission.

Women and girls have the resources and opportunities to reach their full potential and live their dreams.


Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.

Soroptimist in Fairfield/Suisun

Chartered on June 20, 2002 as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, the SI Central Solano club primarily supports the communities of Fairfield and Suisun City.  Members volunteer their time and efforts on many projects and community-based programs which focus on providing women and girls with the necessary skills and resources to achieve productive, successful lives. 

Some of the areas upon which we focus are domestic violence awareness; literacy and education; skills training and employment; women's health; scholarship grants and awards; and contributions of food, clothing and back-to-school supplies.  We raise funds to benefit these and other community programs through sponsorships and donations.  

Our Federal Tax ID # is 01-0714556.

What Is Soroptimist?

Soroptimist is a global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. The name, Soroptimist, means "best for women."  Worldwide, Soroptimist International has over 3,000 clubs with over 76,000 members in more than 120 countries or territories. 

The first Soroptimist club was formed in 1921 by a group of 80 women in Oakland, Alameda County, California, USA. Soroptimist was formed because in 1921 women who were interested in volunteering in their communities were not permitted to join male service organizations. Since that time, the organization has worked to help women improve their standing in the world. Despite tremendous strides, women still do not enjoy equal economic or social status with their male counterparts. As an organization of and for women, Soroptimist feels uniquely qualified to tackle the challenges facing today's women and girls.

Mary Eckman and President Jackie Hopkins excited about the new shirts!

Our annual award application deadlines are approaching. To learn more about the Live Your Dream, Violet Richardson and Ruby Award criteria and applications, CLICK HERE!