The deadline for this application is 4/15/13, and must be complete in order to be considered.  Eligibility requirements: you must be a young woman graduating  from GPHS, SGPHS, or Dubiski this year, 2013.  The amount for this scholarship is $1000 and will be paid to the school you will be attending in the fall.

Please return applications to:

121 SW Dallas St.,
Grand Prairie, TX 75051

Soroptimist Girl of the Month Ceremony - (L-R)Leslie Stull, Alexus Wright, Donna Koepke, Audrey Fifield, Vivian Faz, Mariah Montero, Jocelyn Estrado, Beatrice Tovar, Danielle Asjbornson, Angela Giessner, Krystal Jimenez and Adriana Tapia. ©Bob Fitch/Grand Prairie Reporter - 2013

Saturday, the Soroptimist International of Grand Prairie recognized high school and middle school girls in the Grand Prairie ISD for their outstanding character, community service and leadership. Each month the Soroptimist Club honors the winners with a certificate and at the end of the year one girl from each high school is chosen Girl of the Year and awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

January 11 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Slavery is a harsh reality for millions of people (mostly women and girls) who find themselves trapped in an exploitative and abusive system, bought and sold like objects, and treated with no dignity or human decency.

In order to end slavery, Soroptimists use a multi-dimensional approach that includes raising awareness, assisting victims and advocating for better laws and enforcement. Show your commitment to preventing and ending slavery by making a donation to support Soroptimists STOP Trafficking and other Soroptimist programs.

Soroptimist Int. of GP celebrates Christmas with their adopted family! This is what Christmas is all about, said President Terri Dirba, giving back to others. The past 3 years the SI-GP club has adopted a family through GP United Charities and treated all in the family to a special party with the members and offering them gifts for a special Christmas.