Rotaract Polio Philanthropy Week

Rotaract Club of Stetson University proudly invites you to participate in our Rotaract Fall Polio Week! In the month of October, we acknowledge Polio Awareness Month and raise awareness for our philanthropy. This week will be full of events and many ways to be involved in the eradication and education about Polio. We hope to see you participate and event details are listed below!

What is EndPolio Now?

In celebration of World Polio Day, this Cultural Credit event is to understand the history of Polio and the way Rotary and its partners are helping to change the world.

Event Date: Wednesday, Oct. 24

Event Time: 6-8 p.m.

Event Location: Library 25L


Breathe: Movie Night

We invite the Stetson community to come to watch Breathe (a 2017 film) with us! Breathe depicts an inspirational, true love story of Robin and Diana Cavendish, an adventurous couple who refuse to give up in the face of a devastating disease – Polio. We will have refreshments at the event and afterward a brief Cultural Credit program about the attendees’ knowledge of Polio.

Event Date: Thursday, Oct. 25

Event Time: 7-9 p.m.

Event Location: Stetson Room


Annual Induction Ceremony & Philanthropy Banquet

This event will welcome the Stetson University community to embrace the vision of Rotaract’s return to campus and honor new members for their dedication to community engagement/involvement as a Stetson student. The event is open to community spectators, including any Stetson students, parents of inductees, etc. Following the Induction Ceremony will be a philanthropy and social dinner that will serve as a networking opportunity with Rotarians in the area and celebrating the success of EndPolio Plus Foundation and discussing the importance of community service.

Event Date: Friday, Oct. 26

Event Time: 7-9 p.m.

Event Location: Rinker Welcome Center

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About Rotaract:

Rotaract is a collegiate community service and professional development organization for young men and women aged 18-30, valuing diversity. Our club is sponsored by the DeLand Breakfast Rotary and a part of Rotary International. After being on hiatus, Rotaract has been rechartered since 2016 after its initial charter in 2004. We are always looking for potential Rotaractors to help engage in the service of helping others, as well as developing professional and leadership skills while respecting the rights of others. Besides acts of community service, we participate in conferences and study abroad opportunities.