Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Through a $10,000 District Rotary Foundation grant, the Rotary Club of Johns Creek North Fulton helped Wellspring Living, a nonprofit serving survivors of human sex trafficking, to refurnish a women's shelter. Wellspring services women between the ages of 18 and 31, providing therapy, education and career training. [more]
Rotary Means Business is the newest Rotary Fellowship .It offers a business to business networking opportunity to share your business with fellow Rotarians.Empowering your business by the Power of the Pin. Atlanta Node Networking meetings are held monthly on the last Tuesday at 6:30 pm at Oglethorpe University Weltner Library, second floor. Plenty of parking behind the library. [more]
Every three years one representative from every district in the world comes together in Chicago for one week at the end of April to review, debate and vote on proposed changes to the Manual of Procedure, Club & District Constitutions, RI Constitution and other Rotary governing documents. This is where the rules are made, changed and deleted. This year I am your Council representative. We will be looking at 116 proposed changes. Now is the time take a look at the Proposals and let me know your opinion. [more]
|Nov 13, 2018||Honoring ingenuity|
|Nov 9, 2018||Final Exam|
|Nov 9, 2018||Jack Nicklaus to play golf with Rotary donors|
|Nov 7, 2018||Rotary Foundation receives Charity Navigator rating for 11th year|
|Oct 31, 2018||World Polio Day lauds historic partnership, success |
|Oct 24, 2018||How to watch World Polio Day 2018 livestream|
|Oct 19, 2018||Press Release: The Rotary Foundation inducted into Oxford chancellor court of benefactors|
|Oct 17, 2018||The next wave in fellowship|
|Oct 17, 2018||Protecting against polio in Lake Chad|
|Oct 11, 2018||Rotary clubs fight modern slavery with Freedom United|
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