Soroptimist International of Metropolitan Sacramento (SIMS)
SIMS is a non-profit service organization of business and professional women who are working to improve the lives of women and children in the Sacramento community.
We focus on programs that lead to social and economic empowerment.
We invest our time by volunteering (which builds camaraderie toward a common purpose), by attending interesting meetings (in person and online), and by sharing social time, all of which builds a sisterhood. We invest our philanthropic dollars, together with community contributions, to the Community Assistance Fund (CAF) that provides grants to non-profit and educational organizations.
This Club is affiliated with Soroptimist International of the Americas. Soroptimist is a global women’s organization whose vision is that women and girls have the resources and opportunities to reach their full potential and live their dreams. Their mission is to provide women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment. The name, Soroptimist, means “best for women.” The Club supports programs that benefit all children.
We just wanted to thank you again for generously donating to our organization. Your kindness uplifts the community and impacts so many lives! We are so thankful to have your support.Sincerely, Wind Youth Services
Soroptimists have big goals, and you can be part of them!
When you become a member you join forces with an incredible group of women donating your time, skills, and resources to improving the lives and prospects of women and children in Sacramento.
Every dollar we donate, and every scholarship we award feels amazing. Read more about how we serve our community.
You’ve shown the brave and dedicated women of Women’s Empowerment that their dreams matter, and you believe in them. What a powerful gift! Thank you, Soroptimists, friends! You make a difference!Debbie Katz, Women’s Empowerment
SIMS News and Events
SIMS was busy this fall and granted six local non-profits the funds to support their programs. They include God’s Chosen Vessel for emergency relief funding…
Besides boatloads of toilet paper, shampoo, and many other items, SIMS was able to provide $500 in cash to refugees that are not able to…
We had a hands-on volunteer day with the Food Literacy program at Camelia Basic Elementary School. SIMS previously awarded the food literacy program a $1000…