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Take Action
Rotarians share a unique passion for taking action to improve their communities and the world. Where others see problems, we see solutions. Rotarians see what’s possible in their communities and recognize that we can achieve when more community leaders join Rotary and work together towards larger goals.
 
Ways you can take action:
  • Volunteer for a service project near you
  • Spread the word through social media
  • Contribute to Rotary
    • Support a club project near you
    • Donate to Rotary’s Polio Eradication Initiative
  • Join Rotary
Annual District Conference a big success!
 
The annual District Conference was held on May 6th and 7th at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth, MA—our first District Conference since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
 
District Installation June 30th
Join us for the installation of our new District Governor, Dave Sampson, on June 30th at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth. The District 7950 Annual Celebration and Installation, hosted by the Bourne-Sandwich Club, recognizes recent accomplishments and introduces the new District Leadership Team.
 
5-6:30 PM Cocktails and Club Project Showcase
6:30-9 PM Dinner and Installation program
 
End Polio Now

Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for more than 35 years. Our goal of ridding the world of this disease is closer than ever.

As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, we've reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent since our first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979.

Rotary members have contributed more than $2.1 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect nearly 3 billion children in 122 countries from this paralyzing disease. Rotary’s advocacy efforts have played a role in decisions by governments to contribute more than $10 billion to the effort.

Today, polio remains endemic only in Afghanistan and Pakistan. But it’s crucial to continue working to keep other countries polio-free. If all eradication efforts stopped today, within 10 years, polio could paralyze as many as 200,000 children each year.

Explore the history of Rotary and polio eradication