As a visually impaired person I owe some of the support I have received in my education and career to the support, research, and contribution that Rotary and has made to charitable organizations that support the blind and partially sighted. I wanted to join an organization which allowed me to use what skills and knowledge I had acquired effectively and to give something back. More selfishly as the old adage has it if as you grow older you don
more Why I became a Rotarian ï¿½ Francescoï¿½s Story
more Are you on the cusp of retirement and wondering how you could continue to contribute to society, or are you looking for a way to meet like-minded people who want to help those less fortunate and have fun in the process?
more Rotary meant little to me in my formative years, I knew no-one in the organisation and nothing about it apart from it was ‘something to do with charity…’. A random conversation with a friend who had joined Rotary prompted me to ask the question, ‘what doe
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