This year marks 30 years since Rotary launched PolioPlus, its campaign to rid the world of polio.
The 2014 Change for Change (C4C) Campaign was kicked off under a new coordinator, D.J. Klein.
In the beginning of our EcoStove Project, folks on those early missions talked about the design, construction, and operation of the stoves. So, I gave a talk one day about us “building stoves in Honduras.”
Madison Rotarians attending the 2014 Rotary International Conference in Sydney, Australia participated in the End Polio Now walk.
Much has been written about the overwhelming poverty and great need of the families in Honduras.
As part of International Service, our team spent 7 days in Choluteca, Honduras where we oversaw construction of our EcoStove Project, set up and operated a dental clinic, and distributed supplies to area families.
Madison Rotarians joining the annual campaign for Rotary International’s PolioPlus fund raised $2,459 in the 8th annual Change for Change Campaign.
We may not build the EcoStoves, but our team helps wherever we can during our trips.
On our February trip to Honduras, we gave out these colorful bandanas to these sweet little girls.