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World Community Service. About World Community Service. A WORLD COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT is born . . . when Rotary clubs from two or more countries join together to accomplish a community service project. How you can participate in WCS.

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about world community service
About World Community Service

A WORLD COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT is born . . .

when Rotary clubs from two or more countries join together to accomplish a community service project.

how you can participate in wcs
How you can participate in WCS
  • Get Involved with an international service project by supporting one of many deserving projects listed on the WCS projects Exchange
  • The minimum project size is $5,000.00 (US)
  • Consider partnering with a multi-club project as a means of participating
world community service project criteria
World Community Service Project Criteria

1. the project must be humanitarian in nature

2. Rotarians in two or more Rotary countries must be involved

3. One of the countries must contain the project site

wcs projects exchange
WCS Projects Exchange
  • Available as a searchable database in English on the RI Web site at www.rotary.org
  • Includes short descriptions of over 400 Rotary club projects
  • Lists a local project coordinator for each project
important guidelines
Important Guidelines
  • Project sponsor must be in the project country
  • Register project using official Project Data Form
  • Notify RI of changes
  • Up to five projects per club may be registered at atime
sources of funding
Sources of funding
  • Matching grants
  • Health, Hunger and Humanity grants
  • District Simplified grants
  • Volunteer Service grants
why participate in wcs
Why Participate in WCS?
  • Greater financial, material and human resources
  • Develop ties with Rotarians abroad
  • Learn about another country and its people
  • Create a favorable image of your country and Rotary
  • Address global concerns
  • Make a difference!

PDG Art & Lesley Erasmus in Ginir, Ethiopia Water Project

materials and resources
Materials and Resources
  • WCS Handbook: A Guide to Action (742-EN)
  • http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/pdfs/742en.pdf
  • WCS Projects Exchange
  • http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/pdfs/wcs_projexchange_flyer.pdf
key contacts
Area Rep . . . . .enter your name here with contact email and phone #

Wilbur Walrond, Rotary Grants Sub-committee Chair walrondreality@shaw.ca Phone: 604 231-9533

Dave Dickson, District 5040 WCS Chair

david.dickson@icbc.com Phone: 250 392-0022

Key contacts