Adding environmentally sustainability to global grants

By Karen D. Kendrick-Hands, Member of the Rotary Club of Madison, Wisconsin, USA and Director of Communications for the Environmental Sustainability Rotarian Action Group (ESRAG) To be awakened by a morning bird song, enjoy a plastic-free shore, marvel at the migration of Monarch butterflies, be calmed by a forest grove, or quench my thirst with … More Adding environmentally sustainability to global grants

Peace fellows dig in to Rotary’s areas of focus

Originally featured in the February Rotarian Magazine The Rotary Peace Centers program is Rotary’s long-term response to conflict. Rotary Peace Fellows work to address today’s most pressing global issues, including their work in Rotary’s six areas of focus. Read their stories and see how investing in the peace fellowships pays lasting dividends. Saving mothers and … More Peace fellows dig in to Rotary’s areas of focus

New Rotarian Action Groups to assist with Rotary projects

The RI Board of Directors recently recognized three new Rotarian Action Groups (RAGs). Each of these RAGs has a unique area of expertise and is available to provide any support that Rotarians may seek regarding their areas of specialty: Clubfoot RAG4CLUBFOOT (Rotarian Action Group) RAG4CLUBFOOT will act as a project facilitator for Rotary clubs and districts … More New Rotarian Action Groups to assist with Rotary projects

2016 Presidential Conferences to highlight Rotary’s areas of focus

By Rotary Programs staff Rotary has become a global leader in helping address some of the world’s most critical and widespread humanitarian needs. To highlight Rotary’s work in the areas of focus, RI President K.R. Ravindran and The Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Ray Klinginsmith are jointly convening a series of presidential conferences during the 2015-16 Rotary year. Between January … More 2016 Presidential Conferences to highlight Rotary’s areas of focus

Three new Rotarian Action Groups to assist with Rotary projects

The RI Board of Directors recently recognized three new Rotarian Action Groups. Each of these RAGs  have a unique area of expertise and is available to provide any support that Rotarians may seek regarding their areas of specialty: Disaster Assistance Disaster Network of Assistance Rotarian Action Group (DNA RAG) DNA RAG will develop an interactive … More Three new Rotarian Action Groups to assist with Rotary projects

Why should you know about Rotarian Action Groups?

By Zuhal Sharp, RI Programs staff Although they have existed for nearly ten years, Rotarian Action Groups (RAGs) are still not widely known throughout Rotary. RAGs exist to help clubs and districts design and implement effective projects, and indeed, the projects guided by these groups are changing lives around the world. You may have heard … More Why should you know about Rotarian Action Groups?