Rotary is the world’s most prominent and reputable service organization with 1.2 million members focusing on humanitarian efforts, such as promoting peace, fighting disease, supporting education, growing economy locally and globally. In Rotary District 7475 we have over 1,900 proactive and service-driven Rotarians in 81 clubs that cover 9 New Jersey Counties. We network, share ideas, discuss the needs of our community and take tangible action to make a positive and long-lasting difference while enjoying personal and professional growth and fun. We invite like-minded individuals to join our successful and vibrant organization by contacting PDG Barry Kroll, District Membership Chair at  barrykroll@aol.com.  Click HERE to find a club near your.  Click HERE to learn more of who we are.
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The Rotary Foundation is asking that Rotarians donate to the Foundation’s Disaster Response Fund.  The Disaster Response Fund allows Clubs in the Ukraine and neighboring countries hosting refugees grants for projects and humanitarian aid. Plus, with Rotary’s watchdogs looking after the money, you will know that your donation is being used for helping the people who need it. You can read more about Rotary’s response HERE
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District 7475 Global Scholar 2LT Anthony Giachin has arrived at Cambridge University in England to study Chemical Engineering-Biotechnology.  Anthony was welcomed at the airport by his host club members, the Baldock rotary club District 1260. Anthony sends us greetings and thanks for receiving the scholarship. He now look forwards to visiting rotary clubs in England and bringing back information to District 7475.
 
 
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Rotary District 7475 has declared the organization to be stigma-free as of March 24, 2021.  The goal is to eliminate stigma associated with mental health and substance use disorders through education and creating awareness. Working within the mission of Rotary District 7475, Rotary seeks to create working relationships with its communities and counties it to help people overcome resistance to seeking help by eliminating the stigma that often makes people feel overwhelmed. To learn more about the Rotary Stigma-Free initiative, please contact District Community Connections Initiatives Chair Doug Cook at 7475 stigmafree@gmail.com
Rotary was founded in 1905.  The first four Rotarians. From left: Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, Hiram E. Shorey, Paul P. Harris. Click Read More for additional details.
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Rotary News
Ukrainian clubs help others in need in their country

Rotary members in Ukraine are helping neighbors return to their homes, distributing supplies from other countries, and organizing long-term aid — all despite being affected by the war

European Rotaract clubs organize to help Ukrainian refugees

Across Europe, Rotaract members are using digital tools to share information and coordinate to help people who have been affected by the war in Ukraine

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