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Thank you for considering a gift for Soroptimist International of Vista and for its mission of improving the lives of women and girls.
 We appreciate your support and pledge that your total contribution goes to our community service fund, which supports women and children's programs in the community. 




Fundraising and Service Projects

Scrip: Available to non-profit organization, it allows our club to purchase gift cards that our members, their families and friends can order to use in many local and national retailers. We make a small percentage from every card sold. Grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, department stores, hardware stores, pharmacies, etc., are part of Scrip.

The Salad Bar Luncheon is our signature annual event held in April. Delicious salads, baked potato bar, scrumptious desserts and beverages are offered for a minimal donation. Gift baskets and a money hat are raffled. Carry-out for businesses is available and delivery to local businesses is also available with a minimum order of 5 lunches and a small delivery fee.

Human Trafficking Awareness Walk is an annual event held around the National Trafficking Awareness Day in January. The walk provides a platform to raise public awareness and educate about human trafficking and its impact in the community. Information and resources are available at the event from various community groups. There are guest speakers and entertainment before the 1-mile walk in downtown Vista. For more information on the Walk or human trafficking, email to

Football Books, based on Monday Night Football drawing, has weekly prizes plus three additional prizes mid-season.  Sold in the fall.

Personal Projects are carried out by members who create an activity/event to raise funds. Examples are raffles, trips, Bunco, theater events, poinsettia and cookie dough sales, jewelry parties, etc.

The money made from these events goes into our Service Fund and is distributed, through a grant application process, to non-profits in the community.