Presentation on theme: "7020 C HALLENGE District Project 2014-2015. P ROJECT S UMMARY For the year 2014-2015, Rotaract District 7020 will be tying in our unique district number;"— Presentation transcript:
7020 C HALLENGE District Project
P ROJECT S UMMARY For the year , Rotaract District 7020 will be tying in our unique district number; 7020, and the theme, “Helping Hands, Touching Hearts, Changing Lives” to carry out our district project. The District Project for this year will be a project series where clubs across the district will complete various projects geared towards a goal based on our district number 7020 ( 70 hours & 20minutes) in one or multiple categories based on the theme.
G OALS & O BJECTIVES To develop and increase the presence of District 7020’s Rotaract Clubs in their respected committees and in turn increasing the firmly established and constant presence of District 7020 on a worldwide scale. This project is also geared towards increasing club activity across the district.
H ELPING H ANDS Volunteering/ Partnering with other organisations Earlyact Red Cross Interact Boy Scouts Rotaract Leo Rotary Lions
T OUCHING H EARTS Health and Social Issues Working with homeless/underprivileged children Polio eradication Awareness campaigns Fitness programs Assisting the elderly Run for a cause
C HANGING L IVES Fostering Mentorship and Education Literacy programs Mentorship programs Environmental upkeep program Vocational sessions College fairs for high school students Educational panel discussions Water & Sanitation Tutoring programs
H OW TO A CHIEVE THE P ROJECT GOAL Each member can earn points individually by attending and assisting with projects that fall within the three categories of service. The more members that are involved, the faster and effective this project will be. Only club members’ hours can be accumulated for this project Example of how the points are broken down: If ten club members facilitate a mentorship program for an half hour, their club earns five hours of service toward the 70 hours 20 minutes goal. Take it a step further: Should clubs wish to challenge themselves, they can go for 7020 minutes which equates to 117 hours.
H OW WILL THE POINTS BE LOGGED Points will be logged on a sheet and to be completed by the Club’s president or ADRR and must be submitted to District Project Chair Antonio by March 31 st Member name Time accumulated Project Elisia Lake 3hrsTutoring underprivileged youth Jaimi Potter 2hr 20minsKid And The Sea Enrique Kevon 1hr 30minsRed Cross Blood Drive Jerae Forde 25minsRun for Polio eradication Total Hours & Minutes6hr 15mins Example of log sheet:
W ORDS OF E NCOURAGEMENT Go out there and give a helping hand to those we assist! Be willing to touch the hearts of others! Together, let as us as Rotaractors make a great impact so that we can change lives for the better!