Rotary Club of Ringwood – Presentation from District Governor Juliet Riseley

By August 31, 2011 November 21st, 2014 Advice for Not-for-profit Organisations and Charities
The Rotary District 9810 website

The Rotary Club of Ringwood is one of 43 clubs in Rotary District 9810, which covers the eastern and south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.  Rotary is organised into districts which support the Clubs and projects that extend across the region.

The Rotary District 9810 website

The Rotary District 9810 website

This evening the District Governor Juliet Riseley spoke to the Club, discussing how Rotary makes a difference to the lives of people within the local community and internationally. Rotary is aiming to strengthen its connections with the local community and each club is critical link in connecting the organisation to the wider community.

Rotary is also expanding its web presence through the District 9810 website, which will include information on projects and events.  This will help show the breadth of Rotary’s involvement in the community and highlight how people can become involved in these projects.

The District website is available at www.9810rotary.org.au and provides a template that is available for use by each Rotary Club to provide a cohesive brand and Internet presence.

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