"Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves."
- Paul Harris,Rotary Founder

Take advantage of all that Rotary has to offer


Rotary club Pink City Jaipur is a part of Rotary International whose stated Purpose is to bring together Professionals and leaders to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and to advance peace around the world.

Rotary club Pink City Jaipur has members from all walks of life. Its dedication and passion towards humanitarian services has helped the community in some or the other way.
All the members of the club get together on a monthly basis to discuss the events and programs related to Fighting diseases, Promoting education, providing sanitation, growing local economies, saving mother and children and Promoting Peace.
Foster intercultural understanding through an intercountry committee. An ICC promotes peace and friendship and strengthens relationships between two countries.
On the footsteps of Rotary International. Rotary Club Pink city Jaipur is working majorly in Promoting education as we think that every child has the right to get basic education irrespective of their backgrounds.
Our club members have donated educational stuff such as books, school uniforms, stationary and other things to various schools since its inception.
 

Take your projects to the next level

Take advantage of the Project Lifecycle Kit


Rotary’s Project Lifecycle Kit consists of Discussion Groups, Rotary Ideas, and Rotary Showcase — resources that can contribute to the success of any service project, from inception to completion. Join or start a conversation related to an area of interest in a Rotary discussion group on My Rotary. Find support for a project at Rotary Ideas, and share your project successes at Rotary Showcase to inspire others and promote collective efforts to improve communities around the world.
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Rotary: Making a Difference

A Rotarian since 1980, Maloney has served as an RI director, Foundation trustee and vice chair, and aide to 2003-04 RI President Jonathan Majiyagbe.
  • Mark Daniel Maloney is a principal in the law firm of Blackburn, Maloney, and Schuppert LLC, with a focus on taxation, estate planning, and agricultural law. He represents large farming operations in the Southeastern and Midwestern United States, and has chaired the American Bar Association’s Committee on Agriculture in the section of taxation. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Alabama State Bar Association, and the Alabama Law Institute.
  • Mark Daniel Maloney Message - Rotary allows us to connect with one another, in deep and meaningful ways, across our differences. It connects us with people we would never otherwise have met, who are more like us than we ever could have known. It connects us with our communities, to professional opportunities, and to the people who need our help. All of us are in Rotary together, whoever we are, wherever we are from, whatever language we speak or traditions we follow. We are all connected to one another — part of our communities and members not only of our clubs, but also of the global community to which we all belong.
  • This connection is what lies at the heart of the Rotary experience. It is what brings us to Rotary. It is why we stay. Please join your fellow Rotarians on this journey as Rotary Connects the World.

Rotary Friendship Exchange Program Expansion

Make new friends all around the world

At President Rassin’s direction, the Rotary Friendship Exchange program has expanded and is now open to both Rotarians and non-Rotarians, with an emphasis on including more young professionals. The program allows participants to experience a different culture, deepen their international understanding, foster goodwill, and explore their professions in a different context while building lasting friendships and a foundation for peace and service. We encourage districts to organize exchanges around at least one of these themes: cultural, service, and vocational.


Group cultural exchanges

Rassin encourages districts to participate in group cultural exchanges, a type of Rotary Friendship Exchange, over the coming year. Emphasizing cultural immersion, these exchanges ideally incorporate non-Rotarian young professionals, or those who are changing careers, to raise greater awareness, deepen intercultural understanding, and foster a global mindset.

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