By Andrews Ofosuhene, President-elect of the Rotary Club of Accra-East Prior to joining the Rotary Club of Accra-East, I had the privilege of working on a health screening exercise at a local health facility on the outskirts of Accra, Ghana. We were told a story of a young person who had been bitten by a … More Bitten by a snake: the benefits of the West Africa Project Fair
Your club members have generously volunteered to host Rotarians from a district in another country as part of their Rotary Friendship Exchange program. Your club’s Rotary Friendship Exchange committee wishes to require all host families and visiting families to complete a background check as a precautionary measure of security. Other club members protest that only … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
Rotary International is excited to announce the chartering of three new Rotary International Fellowships: Friends of Alsace, Pickleball, and Urban Gardening. … More New Friends of Alsace, Pickleball, and Urban Gardening fellowships
By Jessica Liñán, District 4455 grants subcommittee chair and member of the TRF Cadre of Technical Advisers Thinking to connect our communities, encourage friendship, and foster international partnerships, we decided to continue with our virtual Project Fair this year. I remember February 2020 when we decided to host our first Project Fair in Peru and … More Use your passion to make an impact at the Inka Project Fair
By Rotary Service & Engagement Staff During August we’re celebrating Membership and New Club Development Month. Our surveys have confirmed that the main reasons our members join and stay with Rotary are community service and friendship. That makes this month the perfect time of year to learn more about how to further engage with our … More What motivates Rotary members?
By Živilė Savickaitė, 2020-21 Rotary Friendship Exchange for District 1462, Lithuania, and Charter President of Rotary Club Vilnius Vytis The 2020 pandemic has been a difficult challenge for everyone in every corner of the world. Even though the virus closed many doors with people locked down at home, online solutions provided new opportunities for safe … More Rotary Friendship Exchange knows no borders
By Rotary Service & Engagement Staff To wrap up June’s Fellowships month we celebrate and recognize our more than 90 Fellowships creating a community within Rotary. Our list of Fellowships continues to grow, read on to learn about our newest groups! During the last year, the Internet, LGBT+, and Metalheads Fellowships coordinated service projects and … More Fellowships Month Wrap Up
By: Jean-Luc Berger Chair The International Fellowship Cycling to Serve, was unable to organize and/or participate in the usual major events that are held annually: 4 Days, World Championships, and the Ride to End Polio in Tucson. However, COVID-19 brought out the imagination and creativity of cycling Rotarians, Rotaractors and their family members. Here are … More Cycling through COVID-19
By Marcos Anselmo Ferreira Franco, ITFR President 2020-22, PGD 2010-11 District 4420 2-5 December is a landmark in the history of the International Tennis Fellowship of Rotarians (ITFR).. During this time, 19 Brazilian Rotarian tennis players and their families held the 8th ITFR Brazilian Championship, to keep the flame of fellowship alive, one of the … More ITFR: Tennis, fellowship and projects, without Covid-19
By Lynn Lewis, Rotary Club of Mississauga and Secretary of the International Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians At IGFR-International, the International Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians, the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic was evident since the outbreak in early 2020. Tournaments had to be moved, cancelled, and, therefore, fellowship became difficult. What was a thriving time … More International Golfing Fellowship of Rotarians maintain connection and improve communications during COVID-19 pandemic