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Six reasons you should give to Rotary on Giving Tuesday

27. November, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Six reasons you should give to Rotary on Giving Tuesday

You can start the holiday season on a charitable note by donating on Giving Tuesday, 28 November.Why should Rotary be your charity of choice? Because our 1.2 million members see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our

Bringing up babies

21. November, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Bringing up babies

After overcoming a tough childhood, pediatrician Ramon Resa is helping to raise a new generation of

Rotary advisers put polio on world stage

20. November, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Rotary advisers put polio on world stage

Behind the scenes of polio eradicationRotary’s national advocacy advisers are putting polio on the world stage. Here’s

‘Peace needs to be lived’

11. November, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on ‘Peace needs to be lived’

Rotary Day at the United Nations pushes peace from concept to

Honoring champions of peace for Rotary UN Day

7. November, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Honoring champions of peace for Rotary UN Day

Rotary Day at the UN filled with peace champions and

Rotary praises unsung heroes on World Polio Day

25. October, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Rotary praises unsung heroes on World Polio Day

Rotary and the Gates Foundation host fifth annual World Polio Day to highlight progress in the fight to eradicate the

Rotary praises unsung heroes on World Polio Day

25. October, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Rotary praises unsung heroes on World Polio Day

Rotary and the Gates Foundation host fifth annual World Polio Day to highlight progress in the fight to eradicate the

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruption

20. October, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on Scholar measuring and stopping public corruption

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruptionGlobal grant scholarship recipient Lusiné Mehrabyan is working toward solving one of the most difficult and pervasive world ills: government corruption.Mehrabyan, a native of Armenia

On the tracks of the Beast

20. October, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on On the tracks of the Beast

In Mexico’s migrant shelters, a Rotary scholar puts his education into

The power of a garden

20. October, 2017Rotary International News FeedComments Off on The power of a garden