Welcome to District 9910

 
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 
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A ‘Dunkirk-style’ operation is underway as thousands flee the island’s volcano, which continues to erupt.
 
Funding is needed NOW to help in this desperate situation,
Vanuatu is part of Rotary District 9910 and we seek support from Rotary Clubs & Districts in New Zealand and Australia.  
 
A suggested donation from clubs/districts of $500 can assist with food, shelter and water.  But whatever you can give is appreciated.
 
All funds received will be administered by the D9910 Vanuatu Project Committee via our three Rotary Clubs in Vanuatu.  These Rotarians will ensure aid is applied as identified by those in need.
 
 
Details for donations      
Account name:       Rotary District 9910 TRF Project Account
Account #               12-3109-0122080-05
SWIFT/BIC             ASBBNZ2A
Bank details:           ASB Bank Limited
                                2 Jellicoe Street
                                Auckland 1010
                                New Zealand
 
 
For more information contact: Peter Garnett, Rotary District 9910 Rotary Foundation Chair, PGarnett.Rotary@gmail.com
 
Are you someone who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back. There are 41 clubs in our Rotary District, which extends from the northern and western areas of Auckland to the whole of Northland and on up into the Pacific. In Rotary we serve these communities where we live and work.
As well as Rotary clubs we look to the future with two Rotoract Clubs in the Auckland area.
 
 
Max Wymer needs The Beast to help change his life. 
 
The Target Road Primary School student uses a Ministry of Health-funded wheelchair suitable for indoor use but struggles to even tackle the ramp leading to his house. Max, 11, has his heart set on a 4x4 all-terrain wheelchair, known as The Beast. 
 
Many Rotarians throughout the northern area of the country promote the illustrated dictionaries for low decile schools and children around 8 years of age have delight in owning their own book. With new technology as a vehicle for learning the year 4 child still loves to possess their own book. Over 1000 superb colour illustrations are beautifully presented with readable friendly text.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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From the breathtaking opening ceremony and world-renowned speakers to informative programs and spectacular entertainment, the Toronto convention promises to be an unforgettable experience.
 
 
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Rotary Down Under magazine

It’s no secret that Rotarians are good at Doing Good in the World … well, no secret among Rotarians at least. What Rotarians are historically not so good at, is promoting that good to the world. We can be so focused on the doing, that we forget about the telling … not to boast, but to raise awareness of the wonderful work we do and attract potential new members so we can continue that wonderful work well into the future. In the March Rotary Down Under magazine there are many inspiring stories from clubs that are not only Doing Good in the World, but also doing good at telling the world about it. And if you would like to send your story about doing good in the world please email editorial@rotarydownunder.com.au
 
 

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