Posted by Bob Ruehl
How Rotary connects during the pandemic.
13 November 2020
A roundup of Rotary news
How Rotary connects during the pandemic
Lockdowns, social distancing measures, and self-quarantines have become a familiar part of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially as a second wave of the virus threatens countries around the world. These measures can keep us safer, but also create feelings of loneliness and anxiety. We asked experts for advice on coping with these pandemic-related stresses and asked Rotary clubs what they are doing to help in their communities. Read more
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SHARE this Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday is a global movement that encourages charitable giving at the outset of the Christmas and holiday season. Rotary and Rotaract members can take action this Giving Tuesday, 1 December, by making a gift to The Rotary Foundation’s Annual Fund SHARE, which makes sustainable projects possible both on a local and global level. Learn more
What would you do?
Take part in the Rotary magazine’s “What would you do?” series by sending your answers to an ethical dilemma Rotary clubs face. Select answers will appear in the February issue. The latest question: In a survey and through club discussion, members said they wanted more flexible options for serving their community. You put a lot of effort into securing speakers from local organizations, but few members have signed up to serve. How do you encourage a better response from members? Send your answers to Rotary magazine
Visit One Rotary Center -- virtually
Check out our new virtual tour of One Rotary Center, Rotary’s world headquarters, which we are offering in place of in-person tours during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DEI and you
Learn more about Rotary’s Diversity Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) statement, what DEI means, and how you can put it into practice in this 15-minute course in the Learning Center.
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