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Soroptimist International Osaka (SI Osaka) will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next year thanks to the cooperation and joint efforts of the groups involved and all of you. It is a year of the summarization of the work that we did so far this year.
I would love to do volunteer activities with all members of the organization, following traditions and previous history of our leaders, regardless of age, occupation, or geographical location.
Specifically, I’d like to place emphasis on service and support closely tied to local communities and also to engage in the international volunteer program with our Friendship Link club, based the governor’s guideline, “Women’s and girls’ lives can be improved. The possibilities for women and girls are cherished and promoted by education. We can help people who are viewed as socially weak.”
I am grateful to all of the groups involved and to all of you for your helpful work and sincere understanding, and I would like to ask for your continued support of our organization in the future.
You can take a look at our website and see our volunteer programs, commendation project and the reports of our activities, and if you’d like to get involved as Soroptimist member, please let me know.

2018
Midori Tanaka
President of Soroptimist International Osaka

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▲Members of SI Osaka   (Jan.2018)

Club Office S.I. Osaka

RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL
#403 5-3-68 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku Osaka 530-0005 Japan
TEL 06-6448-1121(EXT3880) FAX 06-6448-1578

Soroptimist International

The word Soroptimist comes from the combination of two Latin words “soro” and “optima” -meaning the best for women.
It started in U.S.A. in 1921. Total membership is approximately 90,000 in over 3,165 clubs in 124 countries as of 2007.

Soroptimist International of the Americas

1709 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pa 19103-6103 USA
Phone: 215-893-9000
Fax: 215-893-5200
E-Mail: siahq@soroptimist.org
website: www.soroptimist.org

S.I. of Osaka, Committees

– Program Service Committee
– International Goodwill and Understanding Committee
– Awards Committee
– Sponsorship Committee

– Finance Committee
– Laws/Resolution & Soroptimist Orientation/Leadership Training Committee
– Membership Committee
– Public Awareness Committee
– Attendance Committee
– Ways and Means Committee
– Japan Foundation Committee

Soroptimist International of Osaka

– Charter Date: June 2,1970
– Charter Members: 40

List of Service Projects of S.I. of Osaka, Japan (from June 1970 to September 2009)

Soroptimist International of Osaka

Chartered Clubs Date
S.I. of Osaka-Kita June 1982
S.I. of Osaka-Minami June 1984
S.I. of Osaka-Hokuto June 1985
S.I. of Osaka-Naniwa July 1987
S.I. of Sakai May 1988
S.I. of Osaka-Umeda May 1990
S.I. of Osaka-Kadoma July 1992
S.I. of Osaka-Nanba April 1994
S.I. of Osaka-Misasagi June 1998
“S” Club of Otemon High School October 1989
Osaka Venture Club May 1992

30TH Anniversary Commemorative Contribution (Mach 2000)

5 camphor trees and an iron arch of rose garden at Osaka Tsurumi Garden.
Furniture to the dormitories of foreign students in Osaka city

Club Meeting

Third Tuesday At RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL