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District Conference 2020
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Talking Diverse People of Action
A District Diversity Committee was launched at District Conference in 2018 and since then, members of the committee have been hard at work organising and facilitating conversations around the topic of diversity in Rotary. When we talk about diversity, we mean diversity of vocation, skills, gender, interest, ethnicity, religion and much, much more. Our guiding question is "How can we make sure that, whatever your background and context, you feel like there is a place in Rotary for you?"

67 Minutes for Mandela Day

Thanks to a generous donation of 1000 food parcels donated to George Rotary Club, George Rotarians took the opportunity to do their 67 minutes for Mandela day by donating them in turn to those less fortunate in the local community, and reaching out to clinics and crèche’s in the local communities in the George municipality, (Blanco, Thembalethu, and Sedgefield.)
Includid Group Homes provides inclusive living for people with intellectual and physical disabilities,” explains Gavin Schachat, President of the Rotary Club of Sea Point. Residents, aged 26 to 60 years, receive basic working and living skills in order to promote equality and raise awareness of their abilities while being respected and treated as part of the community. Sea Point and Claremont Rotary Clubs were asked to assist with making their lives a little more comfortable.