Rotarier Bashar Asfour, als Kind an Polio erkrankt, tourt aktuell durch 17 europäisc...
Die ”Tuorta da Nusch”, eine traditionelle Engadiner Nusstorte der Familienkonditorei...
The Grant Management Seminar to qualify for Grants in the Rotary Year 2024/25 will be held in the form of Experience Exchanges with members of the District Rotary Foundation Committee:
Alternatively one could also visit the Learn Modules from The Rotary Foundation im Learning Center on MyRotary.
A growing number of Rotarians are pledging to contribute an amount of at least 100 Swiss Francs annually to The Rotary Foundation's PolioPlus Fund until global polio eradication is officially certified by the World Health Organization (expected in 2026).
PolioPlus Society members receive a pin certifying their long-term contribution to this effort, as well as a certificate of participation. These contributions also help earn points toward Paul Harris Fellowships.
On September 12, Rotarian and polio survivor Bashar Asfour stopped in Zurich. Asfour launched his "My Journey to End Polio" tour this year, traveling from Berlin to Chemnitz in an electric VW bus to raise awareness and funds for the EndPolio organization. The tour took in over 200k Swiss Francs.
Here are the details for the event.
We encourage all Rotary clubs in District 2000 to make an EREY contribution for the current club year. This ensures that we continue to have sufficient funds available to co-finance your projects as part of a district or global grant. Your contributions will be counted for the current year.
Our District Blockgrant 2023/24 was approved by Foundation officials in Evanston. Fortunately, USD 70,800 was again approved this year for nine (9) local and international projects. We wish those responsible in the clubs every success with their projects.
The application deadline for District Grants for the Rotary year 2024/25 is March 31st, 2024. The approval process will run until May/June, then during the summer any approved funds will be allocated to the projects.