Getting the most from Rotary’s social tools

By Chelsea Mertz and Rebecca Hirschfeld, Rotary Service Connections staff Is your club looking to implement a service project, but lacking funds or materials? Are you seeking specific expertise within the areas of focus to assist with planning and applying for a global grant? More than 25,000 Rotary clubs and members are using Rotary’s Project …

How will you Be a Gift to the World this year?

By Ellina Kushnir, RI Programs staff RI President K.R. Ravindran challenges us to use our gifts – talents, knowledge, abilities, and efforts – to make a genuine impact through fellowship and service activities. Through our Rotary network, we have access to many resources to plan projects using our skills, expertise, and passions to improve communities …

Make a splash, it’s World Water Day!

By Ellina Kushnir, RI Programs staff 22 March, World Water Day, reminds us to celebrate our achievements and commit to further advancements related to accessing clean water, sanitation facilities, and employing hygienic practices. Sustainable water resources are critical to reducing poverty, improving education opportunities for youth, and alleviating health-related complications. Today we recognize the countless …

Lifecycle of a service project webinar lessons: Part 5

10 tips for monitoring, evaluating, and promoting service project By Hilary Leav, Rotary Strategy, Research & Evaluation staff In general, there are a few key principles to understanding monitoring and evaluation and establishing a good plan. Part 5 of the Lifecycle of a Service Project webinar series focused on helping the Rotary family compare project …