Rotarian Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the world

TIME 100 recognized Funsho for his instrumental leadership and work with Rotary members and partners to achieve the eradication of wild polio in the African region.

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Educating in a pandemic and beyond

Facing the challenges of COVID-19, Rotary clubs and partner organizations are finding new ways to support access to education

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The Conversation: Jeanne Gang

The Conversation:Jeanne GangA renowned Rotary alum affirms her commitment to environmentally sustainable architectureGrowing up in Belvidere, Illinois, a city 70 miles

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Small scholarships help Illinois adults build their careers

Small scholarships help adults return to school and trade a job for a career – In a seemingly affluent Chicago suburb, poverty stops many adult students from affording classes to advance their skillsets. Local Rotary clubs are helping pay for school.

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Why Rotary is investing in zero and beyond

We’re so close to eradicating polio. Here’s why we need $1.5 billion more to finish the

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What it's like to survive through two pandemics

What it’s like to survive through two

Rotary congratulates African region on becoming wild poliovirus-free

Rotary congratulates African region on becoming wild poliovirus-freeFive out

August 25, 2020 Comments are off Findlay Rotary
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African region declared free of wild poliovirus

Rotary and its GPEI partners celebrate a monumental achievement, say global eradication of wild polio is possible with the continued dedication and persistence of Rotarians

August 17, 2020 Comments are off Findlay Rotary
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Why being kind is as important as ever

Your parents told you to be nice to people. Guess what? They were right. Here’s why.