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Chartered: July 2, 1983
It was sometime in 1982, when some officers and members of the Soroptimist International of Calauag, Quezon visited their lady friends in Gumaca, Quezon. They introduced the vision and mission of the Soroptimist International and described how they help other women and children to have better and more productive lives through their programs. An orientation was held on May 21, 1983 at Bulwagang Salakot, Brgy. Rosario, Gumaca, Quezon. Mrs. Magdalena Nicolas and some members of SI-Calauag were the prime movers behind the chartering.
On July 2, 1983 a historical event took place, which spelled the difference in the lives of 23 young professionals and businesswomen as they were installed into office. The installation was conducted by Mrs. Mariquita S. Castelo who happens to be the founder and founding president of Soroptimist International of the Philippines Region, Inc. (SIPR). Renowned persons from the national club like Milagros Araneta Villasor, who was then the guest speaker, Magdalena Nicolas, and Asuncion Flores graced this memorable occasion.
Mrs. Estelita V. Rodelas, a school administrator and a respected lady in the community was elected as the charter President of the Soroptimist International of Gumaca (SIG).
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President: Hazel A. Gamasan
President Elect: Engr. Jean H. Ravanzo
Vice President: Dr. Ma.TeresaL. Tan
Corresponding Secretary: Dina H. Hao
Recording Secretary: Joyce A. Agapito
Treasurer: Teresita Blancaflor
Auditor: Maria Genalyn Del Rosario
Public Relations Officer: BM Raquel Mendoza
Board of Directors
PDD Estelita V. Rodelas
PP Yolanda Romana C. Nava
PDD Felisa C. Florido
PP Lorina C. Castillo
PP Merlinda I. Oliveros
PP Catalina Rolinda R. Marasigan
PP Carolina C. Licas
DD Eva E. Uy
PP Virginia M. Edan
PP Jocelyn D. Caralian
IPP Jean B. Marte
Grace T. Abril
Sharisse V. Alcantara
Josephine C. Caparos Veneracion C. Caparros
Kristine Mae Caparros
Agnes Z. Caralian
Jesusa L. Geronimo
Minerva L. Luna
Marilou C. Mendoza
Haidee C. Mercado
Rozani O. Navarro
Nelia A. Noriel
Rowena H. Oliveros
Paulyn Ruvinia M. Reduca
Nedia V. Rodelas
Rosario Sabina A. Sta. Cruz
Angelina DL. Tan
Purita T. Tullas
Francine Luanne C. Uy
Severina C. Veluz
Susan Cristine Villanueva
Membership Pillar Chair
Program Pillar Chair
Public Awareness Pillar Chair
Fund Raising Pillar Chair
Impact Project - Crisis Center for Women and Girls
The crisis center provides a comprehensive and integrated program for the rescue, protection, and provision of immediate physical, psychological, and legal services to the individual victims and their families. This program will help the victims to recover from their traumatic experience, pursue education and eventually will lead to greater job opportunities.
The Teen Center once constructed will provide various services
and programs for the teen-agers of the locality. The programs will ensure that the teen-agers will have a safe and nurturing environment that will help them develop to their fullest potential
and in the long run will help them become productive citizens of the community.
For the Biennium 2018 – 2020, the club has adopted Brgy. Villa Principe in Gumaca, Quezon.The barangay, through its Brgy. Capt. Marilyn M. Ragudo signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)with SIG last October 22, 2018.
Adopt –A-Barangay Child Development Center
For the Biennium 2018 -2020, the club has adopted Brgy. Villa Principe Child Development Center, aside from supporting health, nutrition and safety programs for the learners, as well as the improvement of its physical environment; the TESDA trained club
As part of its Fundraising project, SIG conducts annual Ukay-for-a-Cause, to raise funds to support the activities of the club. The members donate pre-loved clothes and other items to be sold at a reasonable price to their family, friends and supporters of the club.
Live Your Dream Awards
Live Your Dream AwardsThe club, in coordination with the Association of Brgy. Captains (ABC League) launched the search for the LYD candidate last October 5, 2018. The barangay captains will help in the recruitment of possible LYD candidates.