By Rotary Service and Engagement Staff Do you have professional experience or specialized technical skills? Are you a project manager, engineer, health care professional, educator, lawyer, accountant, etc.? If yes, you can offer your skills to local Rotary clubs and help develop service projects with greater impact. Rotary is an organization rich with many resources … More Use your professional expertise to guide clubs’ projects
By 2020-2021 Club President Jamie Wibbenmeyer, Rotary Club of Plymouth Foothills, California It all began in April 2020, when I, as club president-elect, attended Rotary PETs training and had the “AHAH Moment”. Watching the impact of Alzheimers on a good friend, Lacy, and her spouse, Tom, a fellow Rotarian, brought about the idea of doing a fundraising project … More Fighting Alzheimer’s with a Walk
During this pandemic, your club has been flexible and innovative in finding ways to meet and participate in service virtually for quite some time now. For the second half of the Rotary year, your club president wishes to continue to innovate and has tasked the club service projects committee, which you chair, with creating a … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: What would you do?
By: Rotary Service an Engagement Staff It is hard to believe that we are in the last month of 2020. We look back to a year that required more of our togetherness, resilience and adaptation to non-conventional ways of staying connected. We are extremely proud of our global Rotary family for quickly pivoting to adapt … More Happy holidays from Rotary International
This December, Rotary’s Disease Prevention and Treatment Month, we are celebrating our devotion to fight diseases and create healthier communities around the world. … More Rotary’s relentless commitment to fighting diseases
By Rotary Service and Engagement Staff Thousands of Rotary and Rotaract members around the world came together in late June for the first-ever Rotary Virtual Convention to connect, learn, and share their passion for doing good in the world. Through the general and featured breakout sessions, members connected with the family of Rotary to discover … More Join service-related July breakout sessions
By Dr. Devapriya Dev, member of the Bramhall & Woodford Rotary Club in Greater Manchester, United Kingdom I work full-time as a Consultant Pulmonary Physician in Princess Royal Hospital in Telford, England. I have also been a Rotarian for nearly 15 years. Since 20 March, I have been responsible for looking after a newly designated … More Serving on the frontline
By Tim Schilds, member of the Rotary Club of Dawson Creek Sunrise, Canada Of all the adventures my wife Sally and I have been lucky enough to experience in our 31-year Rotary career, I think our time in Sri Lanka building homes with local families and a team from Canada has to rank as the … More Building homes with Habitat for Humanity
By Rotary Service and Engagement Rotary service transforms lives and communities. To achieve even more truly transformational service, RI President Barry Rassin encourages us to think differently about our role in Rotary, and Rotary’s role in the world during the 2018-19 year. Globally, Rotary is more relevant than ever before, and its potential for good … More How will you Be the Inspiration in 2018-19?
By Rotary Service and Engagement staff Throughout the month of June, we’ve been honoring Rotary Fellowships Month by sharing exciting stories from various Rotary Fellowships. Although fellowships range in interest, they all find ways to incorporate their passions into service initiatives in various forms. Fellowships enhance the Rotary experience by allowing members to make friends … More Rotary Fellowships add key ingredient of passion to service projects