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The Rotary District Disaster Recovery Fund –
Your First Choice Fund to Aid Recovery in Communities.
When disaster strikes, our natural Rotarian instinct is to Help! Now!
This is an admirable quality of Rotarians across the globe. However, it is often the case that the wider community have the same quality and as can be seen with the current bushfire emergency, millions of dollars is being raised to “help”.
However, it is in the days, months and indeed years after an event, that communities still suffer.
What happened to our community playground, BBQ, Hall and critically mental health?

Sadly, these vital aspects of the glue that keeps communities together, are often overlooked.
What has the District Done and what is it doing?
For many decades our District has operated a very effective Disaster Recovery Fund (DRF) managed by the District Management and Finance Committee under the watchful eye of the District Treasurer and the Disaster Recovery Committee (DRC), led by PP John Fischer and a great experience team.

The purpose of The Rotary District Disaster Recovery Fund, is to help communities in our Zone; recover, rebuild and restore, from a declared disaster.
An initiative of Women in Rotary – SA Chapter
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The international theme for 2020 is -
‘Each for Equal’  W ednesday 4th March 2020 7.00am for 7.15am start, concluding by 9.00am.  The National Wine Centre, Botanic Road, Adelaide.
Tickets are $45 per person (Plus booking fee) or book a table of 10. Book at: https://www.trybooking.com/578224 

 A special report prepared for Rotary International by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies estimated the value of Rotary member volunteer hours at $850 million a year.

That Rotary members log a lot of volunteer hours should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with the organization. But a new report just released by Johns Hopkins University provides a powerful look at the impact of all those volunteer hours.

The E-Club and OPAL (SA Health) have launched our major project, Food For Health providing Healthy alternatives for a Healthier Lifestyle. The key focus of this project is to promote better food choices for a healthier lifestyle. Community Organisations and Service Clubs have an important role to play in encouraging these healthier lifestyles. This can be achieved by adopting guidelines and recipes from our website which will help our commitment to serve humanity by keeping you and your family healthy.
District Contact Details
Email District Governor
Jane Owens
Email District Secretary
Lynne Layng

Post to:  Rotary D9500
Adelaide Halifax St. Post Office
PO Box 6669
Halifax Street SA 5000
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