Posted by Bob Ruehl
10 ways to be a peacebuilder
8 January 2021
A roundup of Rotary news
10 ways to be a peacebuilder in the new year
Resolve to be a peacebuilder in 2021. Peace underscores much of the work that Rotary members do in improving communities around the world. Rotary’s peacebuilding initiatives seek to create environments where lasting peace is possible. We do that by investing in sustainable and measurable peace programs across the globe, creating an extensive network of peacebuilders dedicated to peace and conflict prevention; and giving members opportunities to participate in peacebuilding. How will you build peace in 2021? Here are 10 ideas.
This week's stories
Presidential conferences promote Rotaract
RI President Holger Knaack is holding three virtual presidential conferences this year that will showcase the leadership of Rotaract members and collaboration between Rotaract and Rotary around the world. The three events will be hosted from Brazil, 15-16 January; Nigeria, 22-24 January; and the United States, 14-16 May.
How to hold a food drive
Rotary members around the world hold collection drives to help people, particularly families with children, get the food they need. Discover six tips for organizing a successful food drive.
2020 Annual Report available online
Rotary is about the power to connect, partner, and create change. Read about the many ways our members methodically and steadily advanced long-term results in the 2020 Annual Report.
Distinguished Service Award
Nominations are being accepted through February for the Distinguished Service Award, one of Rotary International's highest distinctions in service. The award recognizes Rotarians who have demonstrated exemplary service to the Rotary Foundation and have received the Citation for Meritorious Service four or more years ago.
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