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DisCon18 – H2Opendoors

H2Opendoors offered 3 special Brigade trips to Haiti or Puerto Rico to the three Rotary Clubs which had the most FULL DAY registrations of club members (not guests) over 20% of membership (on July 1, [...]

DisCon18 – District 5150 Rotarian of the Year

District Rotarian of the Year Steve Wright, RC of Pacifica There are scores of Rotarians which serve on district committees, working quietly for years behind the scenes, and are our unsung heroes. This recipient is [...]

DisCon18 – Governor’s Bell Awards

This was a very hard decision to make as our district has so many great Rotary clubs with amazing accomplishments. How do you pick your favorite child? But these three clubs have many attributes in [...]

Rotary – 4-Way Fest at The Peppermill
May 17 – 19, 2019

Meet Rotarians from Northern California and Northern Nevada!
Exchange Ideas! Celebrate Your Success!
Registration is now open!
Early Bird Special $298 now through May 31, 2018 midnight
General Registration $325 goes on sale June 1, 2018
Late Registration $350 goes on sale March 1, 2019

Peppermill Hotel Reservations:
Call 1.866.821.9996
Rooms $159 plus tax (single or double occupancy)
Group Reference Name: Rotary 5150
A credit card is needed to hold all reservations
If reservations are completed on-line, credit cards will be charged at the time of the transactions

Marin IJ
Human trafficking the focus of Rotary Club of Terra Linda presentation

The Rotary Club of Terra Linda shone a spotlight on the topic of human trafficking on Saturday. In partnership with Rotary District 5150, representing Marin County, San Francisco and San Mateo County, hosted a presentation on the hidden problem of human trafficking to a crowd of more than 60 people at the Marin County Office of Education.

“It’s about awareness,” said Laurel Botsford, the Rotary Club of Terra Linda member who organized the event. “We have to get the word out — get it out of the shadows — expose it to the light. That’s why trafficking has been able to flourish for so long. Nobody wanted to talk about it. It was too horrible to face.”

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Rotary 5130 Fire Relief Fund

The LARCA Fire Relief Fund is now accepting donations to start helping the fire victims of the devastating fires in Lake, Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino Counties. Donations can easily be made online or via mail-in check. Fore more information visit www.larca5130.org.

  • The LARCA Fire Relief Fund was founded in 2015 during the Lake County, CA fires. Nearly $1M was raised to support the fire survivors and businesses in those communi-ties over the past 2 years. The fund has been administered with nearly zero adminis-trative overhead.
  • The LARCA Fire Relief Fund was founded in 2015 during the Lake County, CA fires. Nearly $1M was raised to support the fire survivors and businesses in those communi-ties over the past 2 years. The fund has been administered with nearly zero adminis-trative overhead.
  • A committee comprised of Rotarians from each of the 4 counties will administer the direct deployment of these funds.
  • Contributions are tax deductible

DONATIONS CAN BE MADE TO: Lake Area Rotary Club Association (LARCA)
c/o 5130 Fire Relief Fund
Clearlake, CA 95422
Or online at www.larca5130.org

NON-PROFIT TAX ID# 46-1149482

Questions?
larca5130@gmail.com

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From Rotary International:
Rotary helps disaster victims

The Rotary Foundation and Rotary clubs are helping communities battered by severe weather and earthquakes.

The Rotary Foundation is collecting emergency relief funds to help victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma while local clubs are working in their communities.

“The power of Rotary is in the Foundation’s ability to pull help from around the world while local clubs provide immediate relief in their own communities,” says Don Mebus of the Rotary Club of Arlington, Texas.

Two powerful earthquakes hit Mexico, destroying buildings and highways, and killing hundreds of people. Rotarians have set up a fund to help reconstruct schools, housing and medical facilities.

Hurricane Maria is wreaking havoc on the Caribbean and is blamed for nine deaths so far.

In Sierra Leone, torrential rains and a mudslide in August has killed more than 500 people and destroyed nearly 2,000 homes. On the outskirts of Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital, an orphanage, where more than 60 children slept, was swept away in the slide. More than 600 people are still missing.

An estimated 40 million people across Bangladesh, India, and Nepal have been affected after massive floods hit the area last month. UNICEF estimates 31 million people in India have lost their homes, and 8 million people in Bangladesh and 1.7 million in Nepal have been affected.

Rotary’s partner, ShelterBox, is providing support to families displaced by the storms.

ShelterBox teams are working with Rotarians to assess the damage and provide emergency supplies and temporary housing in Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.

In Texas, hundreds of light privacy tents were deployed to evacuation centers for families to use temporarily.

How to contribute

Earthquake victims

Send donations to:
Fondo Unido Rotario de Mexico A.C.
Bank: City Banamex
Branch: 0844
Account: 9668351
Swift Code: BNMXMXMM

Hurricane victims

Two Rotary Foundation donor advised funds have been set up to accept donations for disaster relief and recovery in response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma:

Hurricane Harvey
Account name: Gulf Coast Disaster Relief Fund
Account number: 608

Hurricane Irma
Account name: Hurricane Emergency Relief Fund
Account number: 296

You can contribute by check or wire transfer or online with a credit card. You’ll need to provide the DAF account name and number listed above. If you would like a credit card receipt, please check the address box to share your address with Rotary.

Learn how you can contribute.

If you have questions about how you can help, contact relief@rotary.org. To see how clubs are helping, go to Rotary Ideas.

 

 

Rotary 5130 Fire Relief Fund

The LARCA Fire Relief Fund is now accepting donations to start helping the fire victims of the devastating fires in Lake, Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino Counties. Donations can easily be made online or via mail-in check. Fore more information visit www.larca5130.org.

  • The LARCA Fire Relief Fund was founded in 2015 during the Lake County, CA fires. Nearly $1M was raised to support the fire survivors and businesses in those communi-ties over the past 2 years. The fund has been administered with nearly zero adminis-trative overhead.
  • October 2017, massive destruction from numerous fires burning in Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake Counties has resulted in the expansion of this fund to cover the 4 counties affected in District 5130.
  • A committee comprised of Rotarians from each of the 4 counties will administer the direct deployment of these funds.
  • Contributions are tax deductible

DONATIONS CAN BE MADE TO:
Lake Area Rotary Club Association (LARCA)

c/o 5130 Fire Relief Fund
PO Box 2921
Clearlake, CA 95422
Or online at www.larca5130.org

NON-PROFIT TAX ID# 46-1149482

Questions?
larca5130@gmail.com

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District 5150 in 2016-2017 Breaking Records in Contributions To The Rotary Foundation

Time for all of us in District 5150 to celebrate our philanthropic spirit to make a difference to improve this world by contributing to The Rotary Foundation (“TRF”) in the 2016-2017 year! District 5150’s giving this year was at a record high.

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Rotarian of the Month – May 2018

May 2018 Rotarian of the Month: Michael Keran from RC of Tiburon-Belvedere Michael Keran’s commitment to helping the homeless is exemplary. The longtime member of the Rotary Club of Tiburon-Belvedere volunteers at St. Vincent de [...]

Ian Riseley Rotary International President 2017/2018

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