Rotary is on the verge of eradicating polio from the face of the earth. Rotary started the campaign to eradicate polio in 1986, 32 years after Dr. Jonas Salk invented the vaccination. Other organizations said it could not be done, but Rotary pressed on and the incidences of polio have declined every singe year in the world since and partners in our efforts added.
Today, the planet is 99% free of polio and Rotary as the poster proclaims above, well, "We are just this close!"
Our partners in these efforts include the World Health Organization, unicef, and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Learn more about Rotary's efforts below:
Rotary E Club of Utah is founded on the idea of helping those in need. Our organization is in its infancy. We are working together, men and women, from all over the United States to form our
Rotary club and to make a difference in our communities, our nation, and in our world.
Our team is made up of men and women with humanitarian hearts that want to make a difference. These men and women, young professionals, realize that even a little help goes a long way. What would our world be like today if everyone adopted this philosophy and live their lives accordingly?
Rotary is by invitation only and our dedicated group is always looking to find volunteers who share our commitment to do good in the world. If you're interested in learning more please don't hesitate to contact us by clicking on the contact form to the left of this message. Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you would like to become part of our group. We promise you if you make the effort to outreach to us, we will follow up. Click on the sub tabs in the upper left hand corner of this page to learn about what you willing be committing to do when you join Rotary and what will be expected of you when you join.