Women in Rotary,1986 – 2017 - a 30 year Journey

Stigma and superstition Hunted for body parts and isolated by fear, Tanzanians with albinism find safe futures with the help of Rotary and Martha Mganga, a 54-year old Rotary community advocate who is one of her country’s most prolific campaigners for the rights of people with albinism. It is one of the ways Rotary is working to improve the lives of women.
Most of us in Rotary will not have the same experiences of Martha Mganga, however across District 5930 you will find the women of Rotary exemplifying our motto, Service above Self.  Women in our District are participating in projects that “Fight Disease, Promote Peace, Provide Clean Water to Colonia’s, Serve Mothers and Children, Support Education, and Support Local Economies.” 
Celebrate 30 years of Women in Rotary by sponsoring the District 5930 Women in Rotary Luncheon.  The Women of the Rotary Club of Harlingen pledge to be a sponsor and I challenge the women of your club to sponsor as well.   Our sponsorships will help offset the costs of the luncheon and my intent is to have a nice donation for the Rotary Foundation from the Women of District 5930 with excess funds, something we can all be proud of. 
Celebrate the Heart of Rotary Serving Humanity,
Kathy Preddy, Past President Rotary Club of Harlingen

Get your copy of the Sponsorship Form Here.