The following areas are pursued by the volunteer members of Founder Region to help implement mission of Soroptimist through awareness, advocacy and action:

 Founder Region Fellowship  
Founder Region's signature project. Founder Region Fellowship is a non-profit public benefit corporation. Financial grants totaling up to $20,000 are offered to women who have entered into the final phase of their doctoral program and who demonstrate financial need and scholarly potential. Candidates must attend a recognized learning institution within the Founder Region boundaries.

Founder Region Legislative Advocacy
Soroptimists bridging the gap between the legislature and women.

Ruby Award - For Women Helping Women honorary awards
- Around the world, many women are working to improve the lives of women and girls. Some women work to improve conditions for women and girls through their personal or volunteer efforts; others do so through professional avenues. The Soroptimist Ruby Award: For Women Helping Women Award is designed to honor these women. Although not Soroptimists, their work helps promote the issues that are important to Soroptimists, while offering inspirational stories about how to make a difference in the lives of women.

Violet Richardson award
- is an annual award funded by The Soroptimist International of the Americas and recognizes young women between the ages of 14-17 who make the community and world a better place through volunteer efforts. The award is named for the first president of the first Soroptimist club in 1921.

Soroptimist Club Grants for Women and Girls
Soroptimist International of the Americas offers Soroptimist Club Grants for Women and Girls to assist clubs in starting up or continuing projects in their communities that improve the lives of women and/or girls.

Women's Opportunity award
- is an annual award funded by Soroptimist International of the Americas and is Soroptimist International of the America's major service project. The program aids women who, as heads of their households, must enter or return to the workforce in order to support themselves and their families.

Soroptimist International President's Appeal
Every year on December 10th, the Soroptimist International President asks all Soroptimists to join her in making a small sacrifice by contributing to a project that will assist women living in extreme poverty. This tradition began in 1981 and has assisted women in countries throughout the world including India, Kenya, Angola, Laos, Western Samoa, the former Yugoslavia, Bangladesh and the Dominican Republic. The date, December 10th, was chosen to commemorate the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 and is recognized today as the United Nations’ Human Rights Day.