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Rotary Club Bangkok South Friday presentation 2011
 

Rotary Club Bangkok South Friday presentation 2011

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A brief outline of the activities of Rotary Club Bangkok South.

A brief outline of the activities of Rotary Club Bangkok South.

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  • Also one of half a dozen or so English speaking clubs in Thailand. There are also German, French, Japanese and Chinese speaking clubs. Nationalities range from Thai (about 30% of members) through American, Australian, Austrian, British, Bulgarian, Canadian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Indian, Indonesian, Israeli, Italian and Japanese to Swiss.
  • Sponsor packages from THB 20,000 to THB 120,000, but can be tailored to meet sponsor requirements (as in case of RC Nibe wanting to give THB 120,000 but do only two schools). We will be doing 69 systems this year via our sponsorship programme and matching grants.
  • Shrewsbury International School has been the Event Sponsor for Kids Out for several years now.
  • Luang Sit Fellows contribute THB 6,000 per annum over 4 years to sponsor a student. Other students are assisted from the Fund ’ s interest earnings. Fund stands at over THB 2 million, which is used solely to generate interest income, in turn used for student grants.
  • Coins was held for 13 th time last October 29 th . It was the third best ever, raising THB 1.672 million.
  • Coins was held for 13 th time last October 29 th . It was the third best ever, raising THB 1.672 million.

Rotary Club Bangkok South Friday presentation 2011 Rotary Club Bangkok South Friday presentation 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • The Rotary Club of Bangkok South Rotary International District 3350 12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org info@rotarybangkoksouth.org
  • The Club
    • One of the oldest, largest and most diverse of Thailand ’s 270+ Rotary Clubs.
    • Founded in 1961.
    • 110 members representing 20 countries.
    • A unique tradition, culture and spirit.
    • 100% of funds raised are spent on charity projects and no administrative fees from the club are charged.
    12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org info@rotarybangkoksouth.org
  • Our Projects 12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org info@rotarybangkoksouth.org
  • Clean Drinking Water for Schools
    • Our signature programme.
    • Over 350 systems installed in nearly 40 provinces.
    • Providing hygienic water for over 100,000 children, and their families.
    • Work with local Rotary Clubs, sponsors, villages and schools to install and ensure ongoing maintenance of the systems.
    • System and technology (reverse osmosis) is supplied at cost and includes ongoing maintenance.
    12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org [email_address]
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    • We take over 250 severely handicapped children for a day at the beach at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club.
    • These amazing children enjoy the sand, the surf and fellowship with friends, Rotarians and volunteers.
    • More than 150 RCBS members and friends including students and teachers volunteer their time.
    • Cost for the day is approximately ฿ 200,000.
    Kids Day Out 12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org [email_address]
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  • Luang Sit Student Scholarships
    • The Luang Sit Memorial Scholarship Fund provides grants to needy students wanting to attend tertiary education institutions.
    • Grants are channeled through the Foundation for the Welfare of Needy Schoolchildren, under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen.
    • The fund provides grants to students all over the country, with over 130 assisted this year.
    • The programme was established in 1964 and has helped many hundreds of students graduate.
    12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org [email_address]
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  • Some of Our Other Projects
    • Library kits for schools: ฿ 300,000
    • Low Income Community Projects, Bangkok: ฿ 362,000
    • Caulfield Library Braille Paper: ฿ 100,000
    • Thungmahamek School for Deaf – Sign Language Course, Scout Camp, Hearing Aid Batteries: ฿ 70,000
    • B an Bang Boon Aids Hospice: ฿ 204,000
    • Sparrow Home (for children whose mothers are in prison): ฿ 70,000
    • Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities – specialized cushions for wheelchair-bound students: ฿ 260,000
    12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org [email_address]
    • Rotarians and friends solicit money on Silom Road
    • Over 100 corporate and individual sponsors
    • Thousands of private donations
    • During the past 13 years it has raised almost ฿ 19,000,000 (US$ 630,000) for charitable projects.
    Coins on Silom 12/12/2010 www.rotarybangkoksouth.org [email_address]
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  • Annual Golf Tournament 12/12/2010
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