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Have you recently participated in a Rotary service project? Has a Rotary service effort affected you personally as a volunteer, donor, or beneficiary? Share your story and inspire others to join us in our humanitarian efforts to meet critical needs around the world.

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2 Replies to “Contact us”

  1. I am looking for a International Partner for a Global Grant project to set up a Dialysis Centre in Mumbai India. Can i get any assistance to have a Internation Club as my partner

    1. Hello!

      A great resource in your district for international projects is your District International Service Chair (DISC). Your DISC could help you identify Rotarian and Rotary alumni experts with valuable technical expertise or experience who can assist you in the planning process to improve the impact and sustainability of your projects. Read more [https://my.rotary.org/en/document/project-enhancement-faq] about how DISCs can connect clubs with resources and see the 2018-19 DISC Directory to find your DISC [https://my.rotary.org/en/document/district-international-service-chair-directory]

      Another great tool for finding potential partners is Rotary Ideas [http://ideas.rotary.org], Rotary’s crowdsourcing platform where clubs can post projects in need of resources. Rotary Ideas is similar to other crowdsourcing sites you might be familiar with, but it is an even more beneficial tool for Rotary Clubs starting service projects because it allows them to request commitments for not only funds, but also volunteers, materials, and various partners, such as those needed for Global Grants. By clubs posting a project, they can request these contributions from both Rotarians as well as the general public. Anyone with internet access can go to Rotary Ideas and look at all of the opportunities to contribute to projects that Rotarians are doing all over the world.

      Should you have any additional questions or need further assistance, write to us at rotary.service@rotary.org.

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