Soroptimist International of Azusa Glendora
Soroptimist International (SI) of Azusa Glendora was founded in 1950 by a group of women who wanted to make a difference in the lives of women and girls in their local community. Today, we have 30 members that come together by providing community support through our programs and events.
Who We Are and What We Do
SI Azusa Glendora Soroptimists help women and girls achieve their dreams through education that leads to economic empowerment, thus improving their lives and the lives of their families and their communities. SI’s motto, “Investing in Dreams,” is reflected in our programs and events—all of which are free to the women and girls we serve.
Each year, the Azusa Glendora Soroptimist supports worthwhile programs in our local, national and international programs:
• Azusa Food Bank
• Homework House
• Glendora Shepherd’s Pantry
• Glendora Welfare Association
• House of Ruth
• Shoes that Fit
• YWCA Wings
• Soroptimist International of the Americas
• Hope Matters International
All Azusa Glendora Soroptimist programs are funded through members’ fundraising efforts, which include our Annual Auction Brunch, and various others.