Clubs around Australia support many worthwhile charities and projects. But EndTrachoma by 2020 is something particularly special for Rotary Australia.
Here are your club’s top 5 reasons
What a way to celebrate! Work together on a single Australia-wide project for communities aspiring for better lives.
Some of our Indigenous Australians still have health as poor as in many developing world slums. We can do something about this!
It’s barely once a decade that a Rotary International President is Australian. Ian, from RC Sandringham Victoria, wants us united on this centenary project.
Make sure your club has seen Ian’s call to action at http://tinyurl.com/z44fnb4
Every dollar you donate prevents unnecessary blindness by improving the hygiene and health of our least advantaged, remote Indigenous Australians.
How can Australia be the last developed country with trachoma? Together, we can join the World Health Organisation’s global effort to eliminate trachoma by 2020.
Our Australian Centenary project needs your support on the ground to mobilise Rotarians and communicate the value of our project to clubs and communities.
We are currently recruiting District Trachoma Champions to engage club support across Australia to EndTrachoma by 2020. If you are interested in working with us, with Rotary International President 2017-18 Ian Riseley and Zone Director Noel Trevaskis, with Rotary clubs around Australia to Make a Difference to communities within our own country, and make history in Rotary Australia, check out our website www.endtrachoma2020.org.au, contact your District Governor, or email firstname.lastname@example.org now.