Help The Rotary Club of Naperville,a partner with the Wheatland Salem Church, provide Christmas gifts through the Gift Mart program to the students at Gombert, McCarty, Georgetown, May Watts, and White Eagle Elementary schools. This year we set a goal of collecting $7,000 to help provide Christmas presents to as many students and their families as we can. We need your contribution today. The event is scheduled on Saturday, December 12 from 7am-1pm at Fischer Middle School. Click here to donate and learn more about the program.
Soups On! Final Food Tour Goes Out Like a Lion!
NCTV 17 Captures our last Soups On! Check it out!
Feed My Starving Children - Rotary Community Service Event, June 10, 2015
n Thursday, June 10th Rotarians gathered at the Feed My Starving Children facility in Aurora, IL to pack meals for children. Our group and other volunteers packed 71 boxes of 15,336 meals that evening, enough to feed 42 children for a year! Our volunteer effort concluded with a fellowship event at nearby Basil's Greek Dining. A great evening of service and fellowship! Join us next time!
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Naperville Sun Declares Soups On! Success - Click here
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NCTV-17 Reports from Soups On! Click here
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|Do you believe in Service Above Self? Would you like to make a difference in Naperville and in the world?
Rotary is the worlds first service organization. The Rotary Club of Naperville is an group of business, civic, and non-profit leaders and people interested in helping their community by providing their time and talents to promote world peace, understanding, and helping their fellow man.
It's a great way to make new friends, to get out of the office for lunch once a week, learn about your community, and to give back to your community. If you are interested in joining our club you are very welcome to visit one of our meetings! Please contact us for more information.
Polio epidemics have crippled thousands of people, mostly young children. The disease has caused paralysis and death for much of human history. A global effort to eradicate polio began in 1988, led by the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and The Rotary Foundation. These efforts have reduced the number of annual diagnosed cases by 99%; from an estimated 350,000 cases in 1988 to a low of 483 cases in 2001, after which it has remained at a level of about 1,000 cases per year (1,606 in 2009). Polio is one of only two diseases currently the subject of a global eradication program, the other being Guinea worm disease. If the global Polio Eradication initiative is successful it would be only the third time humankind has ever completely eradicated a disease, after smallpox in 1979 and rinderpest in 2010.
We are THIS CLOSE, to ENDING POLIO (Rotary Website) FOREVER. World Health Organization Polio Status Website
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