Presentation on theme: "Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Menu of Service Opportunities."— Presentation transcript:
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Menu of Service Opportunities
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Menu of Service Opportunities The Menu of Service Opportunities is a recommended list of service priorities for clubs and districts. The Menu of Service Opportunities helps Rotary clubs focus on specific areas of concern to all Rotarians when planning service projects.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Menu of Service Opportunities Literacy and Numeracy Children at Risk Preserve Planet Earth Urban Concerns Disabled Persons Health Care International Understanding and Goodwill Population Issues Poverty and Hunger
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Literacy and Numeracy Rotary clubs are encouraged to support literacy projects, such as reading to children, teaching adult literacy classes, and working with education professionals to improve literacy in schools.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Children at Risk Rotarians are encouraged to focus their attention and resources on vulnerable and troubled children. Rotary clubs worldwide are working to provide education, housing, and a safe, secure environment for needy children.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Preserve Planet Earth Rotarians are encouraged to live environmentally conscious lifestyles, to increase the number and diversity of environmental service projects carried out by clubs, and to promote awareness of the critical environmental issues affecting their communities and the planet.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Urban Concerns Rotarians are encouraged to focus attention on areas of concern to all communities, including community terrorism, gun violence, domestic violence, ethnic and religious intolerance, unemployment, lack of recreational facilities, hunger, and homelessness.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Disabled Persons Rotarians are encouraged to help prevent disabilities through measures taken against malnutrition, environmental pollution, inadequate prenatal and postnatal care. Additionally, Rotarians work on barriers to employment, providing job training to persons with disabilities.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Health Care Rotarians initiate health care prevention and education projects. Working on many fronts, projects provide access to health care, build supportive environments, teach healthy choices, and prevent diseases such as polio, HIV/AIDS, malaria, or tuberculosis.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities International Understanding and Goodwill International Understanding and Goodwill encourages Rotary clubs, in both their local communities and communities abroad, to promote peace and goodwill through club-to-club contacts, international service projects, peace programs, and cultural and educational exchanges.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Population Issues Many Rotary clubs focus on projects that help the global problem of sustainable development. Rotarians are asked to undertake projects that directly impact population growth and sustainable development.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Poverty and Hunger Rotarians are encouraged to conduct service projects to help conquer poverty and hunger in communities around the world.
Rotary E-Learning Center – Service Opportunities Resources The following resources are available on the RI Web site: Communities in Action Menu Of Service Opportunities Rotary E-Learning Center
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