Welcome to the Soroptimist International of Greater Sacramento website!
Soroptimist International of Greater Sacramento (SIGS), was chartered in 1986 and is affiliated with the Soroptimist International Sierra Nevada Region. SIGS is an organization of business and professional women who strive to improve the lives of other women and children both domestically and internationally through grants and community outreach programs. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is entirely funded through membership dues and fundraising events.
We invite you to peruse our web site to learn more about who we are. We also welcome all guests and prospective members at our semi-monthly meetings. Please see the Meetings & Events page for additional information.
SIGS motto: Have fun. Get it done!
The Soroptimist Pledge
I pledge allegiance to Soroptimism
And to the ideals for which it stands:
The sincerity of friendship
The joy of achievement
The dignity of service
The integrity of profession
And the love of country.
I will put forth my greatest effort to
Promote, uphold and defend these ideals
For a larger fellowship
For country and for God.
Stop Human Trafficking in the Sacramento Region!
SIGS is hosting a special event on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 that will address the ongoing fight to stop human trafficking. We will feature two amazing speakers; Mary Jennings, Director of the Sacramento Rescue & Restore Coalition administered by the Sacramento Employment & Training Agency (SETA) and Rebekah Bills, Civil Rights Investigator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation-Sacramento Division.
This informative presentation will be held at SIGS' usual meeting locale, Piatti Sacramento. Reservations are highly recommended as space is limited. The cost is $22.00 per person and includes lunch. If you wish to attend, please e-mail us at: email@example.com and mail your check or money order to: SIGS, P.O. Box 601504, Sacramento, CA 95860. Feel free to download our flyer for additional information. Be inspired, stay informed and learn how you can help stamp out this modern-day form of slavery.