By Rotary District 6960
More than $140,000 raised to bring mobility to 1,400 people in need
By Ethics First
Beam arrived at Long Beach Airport today in preparation for his prestigious keynotes on topics of ethical leadership at the Queen Mary.
By Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Julia is not the only disabled student educated by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. She is, however, the only disabled student to graduate from the Sisters’ recently created St. Peter Claver High School in Kroonstad, South Africa.
By Rotary Club Dar es Salaam Oysterbay
Nine Tanzanian schools benefit from USD 80,000 worth of water and sanitation equipment donated by Rotary Clubs in Dar es Salaam and Vancouver, Canada.
By Purple Pink Online
Three local Rotary Clubs: Peterborough, Bridgenorth Ennismore, and Lakefield (BEL) have introduced the Purple Pinkie fundraiser in support of a Polio Free World.
By Ranger Coffee, LLC
The Rotary Club of North Fulton invested $500 in Ranger Coffee's 'Coffee for the Troops' program in December, 2012, and ensured that our service men and women serving overseas had premium coffee during the holidays.
By Pam Marron, Senior Loan Officer
Pam Marron, a senior loan officer located in the Tampa Bay area will be the program speaker at the Hudson Rotary Club on Thursday, Nov. 8 The club meeting takes place at the CARES Café in Bayonet Point at 12 noon.
By Dolan Marketing
Bob Sheehan, President of The Rotary Club of Fort Myers, officially presented Abdul 'Haq Muhammed, founder and Executive Director of Quality Life Center, a check for $11,500 from the proceeds from its inaugural Rotary Cup Golf Tournament.
By Rotary Club of San Leandro
On Wednesday, June 8, 2011 the Rotary Club of San Leandro hosts Richard (Rick) King, former President of Rotary International as the keynote speaker. His talk titled "Who Touched You" is sure to inspire. Pre-registration is required.
By Drayton Manor Theme Park
Over 2,000 disabled and disadvantaged kids treated to fun day out at Drayton Manor Theme Park
Marketri LLC, a full-service business-to-business (“B2B”) marketing consulting company announced today that its Managing Director, Debra Andrews has been inducted as a new member to the Central Bucks Rotary.
By Issa Qandil
The Rotary Club of Westminster East is working in partnership with DangerousGround to arrange an 11-day Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle ride. The ride starts at Lands End on 9 September and finishes in John O’ Groats on the 19th.
By Larry Vershel Communications
The Orlando district of Rotary International recently hosted some 300 students, parents and educators during its annual Rotary International Youth Forum at Lyman High School in Longwood.
By Nicola Bailey
Sense International would like to invite Rotarians from clubs around the UK to join us on the Trek Turkey Challenge, a moderate 5 day trip to the Lycian Way, Turkey.
By Nicola Bailey
Sense International is a global leader in the provision of services for people who are both deaf and blind in the developing world.
By Judith Crowe
In helping to celebrate the 60th anniversary of it’s charter, Westminster East’s members were joined by Assistant Governor Trevor Johnson (Epping), past members, wives, partners, Chelsea & Westminster Inner Wheel and Westminster Rotaract.
By Cenikor Foundation
Rotary Club & Cenikor Join to Help Needy Family; Recovering Residents Give Their Christmas Gifts To Family With 10 Children