February 23 marks the anniversary of Rotary. Over our 110 years, Rotary members have created access to education, empowered communities, pushed polio to the brink of eradication and improved lives around the world.
Today is #GivingTuesday and we would like to give something to you. A sincere thank you. Together we have provided clean water, improved maternal health, awarded scholarships, fought diseases like polio and improved lives around the world. Thank you for being part of Rotary. http://ow.ly/Ekfeo
The World Health Organization estimates that 39 million people have died from AIDS-related causes so far, including about 1.5 million in 2013. It’s World AIDS Day. Tell us what you’re doing for World AIDS Day, or join us at Rotary’s Headquarters for our World AIDS Day event. Find out more at http://ow.ly/EbPZX. We’ll be tweeting from the event on @Rotary using #RotaryHealth.
Rotary International President Gary C.K. Huang invites you to join him at the 2015 #Rotary Convention in São Paulo, Brazil, from 6 to 9 June. Using hashtag #ricon15 and mentioning Rotary on your social media channels, tell your friends that you’re going to the convention. For an extra twist, use social media to challenge five of your Rotary or Rotaract friends to register for convention, too.
Join us on social media with #RotaryUNDay on 1 November for #RotaryDay at the United Nations as we celebrate working together with the UN and other organizations to increase our humanitarian reach. #Rotary holds the highest consultative status offered to a nongovernmental organization by the UN’s Economic and Social Council, which oversees many specialized UN agencies.
#Rotary has contributed more than US$1.3 billion and committed countless volunteer hours to fight polio. Join us on World Polio Day, 24 October, via Livestream at http://ow.ly/A7OKy to learn why polio exists and how we can end it.