2017-2018 D5000 International Service
D5000 Chair: Nancy Pace,
Rotarypace@gmail.com
International Service fulfills Rotary’s mission of “advancing international understanding, goodwill and peace” throughout the world through the delivery of projects and programs in one of six focus areas:
0 Basic education and literacy
o Economic and community development
o Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
o Disease prevention and treatment
o Water and sanitation
Listed below are ways in which District 5000 Clubs and individuals may fulfill their International Service commitment along with individual resource guides for the 2017-18 Rotary year:
Hands on International projects
Participation in a Polio Plus National Immunization Day
Sister Club activities and visits
 
-Resource for all of the above: Nancy Pace, Rotarypace@gmail.com
-Club participation in Global Grants: Resource: Mark Harbison, markaharbison@gmail.com
-Youth Exchange Programs: Resource: Joanne Laird: joannelaird@readaloudamerica.org
-Rotary Action Groups: www.myrotary.org/en/rotarian-action-groups
-Rotary Fellowships: www.rotary.org/fellowships-
-Donation to Rotary International Polio eradication efforts: www.endpolio.org/donate
-Project Fairs: https://my.rotary.org/en/emchange-ideas/projet-fairs
-Attend the Rotary International Convention, June 23-27, Toronto, Canada
 
NOTE: Please submit any international service project(s) or grant(s) that your club is involved in this year so that we may post them on this website as a resource for other clubs. Send to: Nancy Pace, Rotarypace@gmail.com