New Rotarian Action Groups target child slavery and peace
At its January meeting, the RI Board of Directors recognized two new Rotarian Action Groups.
The Rotarian Action Group Against Child Slavery seeks to create awareness among Rotarians and the general public about the millions of children that are held captive for commercial gain and to help Rotarians take action to protect children through programs, campaigns, and projects.
The Rotarians for Hearing Rotarian Action Group serves as a resource for clubs and districts interested in participating in humanitarian projects to help the hearing impaired.
In November, the Board recognized the Rotarian Action Group for Peace, which is devoted to working together for the purpose of advancing peace and preventing conflict through the education and activities of peace-building, peacekeeping, peacemaking.
Rotarian Action Groups are groups of Rotarians, family members of Rotarians, and Rotaractors who join together to assist and support clubs and districts in planning and implementing service projects in their respective areas of expertise.
Learn more about Rotarian Action Groups.